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IX producing this book the aim has been two-fold: to provide as a permanent 
record of the great war a pictorial muster-roll of all the officers and student- 
officers of the Naval Air Service, and to present in narrative form the history 
and achievements of the Naval xVviation Corps. To the former end every effort 
has been exerted to obtain as many photographs of individual members of the 
officer-personnel as was possible under the many difficidties encountered. Every 
trick of the printers" art has been employed to reproduce these pictures to the 
best advantage, it being borne in mind that most of them were snapshots and 
totally' unsuited for reproduction. Because of the large number of men in the 
corps and the many photographs collected, tlie data relating to each member of 
the personnel must necessarily be brief. 

A brief history of the corps, together with articles pertaining to a few of its 
branches and activities, and a comprehensive collection of pictures illustrating 
its salient features comprise the remainder of the book. Primary consideration 
has been given to the personnel section of the volume, and the text matter has 
consequently been made secondary in some instances. To have done full justice 
to the excellent work which was performed at the air stations and to have treated 
all the various branches and activities would have recpured more space than was 
available. 

Especial thanks are due, and are hereby acknowledged, to the following men 
for their hearty cooperation and assistance in producing this book: 



Commander L. H. Maxfield. 
Lieut. Comdr. A. C. Read. 
Lieutenant F. M. Smith. 
Lieutenant J. H. Cummings. 
Lieutenant A. iNI. Baldwin. 
Lt. (j.g.) D. B. Alvord. 
Lt. (j.g.) T. H. Chapman. 

Lt. (j.g.) A. J. DiTMAN. 

Lt. (j.g.) R. Emerson. 

Lt. (j.g.) J. W. Laxcto. 

Lt. (j.g.) J. J. MacAttee. 

Lt. (j.g.) J. C. Mex^ies. 



Ensign 
Ensign 
Ensign 
Ensign 
Ensign 
Ensign 
Ensign 
Ensign 
Ensign 
Ensign 
Ensign 



R. L. Banks. 

D. L. Brown. 

W. W. COILE. 

L. K. Dickey. 
A. H. Edward. 
C. F. Harper. 
J. ]\I. Graffis. 
T. H. McClure. 
H. C. Mitchell. 
DeLos Thojias. 

E. H. Wales. 




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THE ASSISTANT SECRETARY OF THE NAVY, 

WASHINGTON. 



August 28, 1919. 



T f j N. A. War Book Committee, 

To the N^aval Aviators: 

WHENin August, 1918, I found on visiting France a complete chain 
of Naval Aviation Stations engaged in a systematic patrol of the 
waters of that "neck of the bottle" through which our troops and 
supplies had to pass, I had but to examine the weekly charts of German 
submarine operations to realize how much our aviators were doing to 
make these waters safe. To the men engaged in these duties, whether 
on land or actually flying, there came few of the thrills of actual war, but 
they will always have the deep satisfaction of knowing that their work, 
though silent, counted much in the winning of the war. I venture to 
predict that when the records of the German naval activities become 
available, we will find that the enemy also recognized the importance 
of the American Navy in the air as well as on the sea. 
v" There is one outstanding feature of American Naval x\viation in 

the great war — it conducted actual and active operations against 
the enemy for many months, and conducted them with credit and 
success. When the United States entered the war, our Naval Avia- 
tion was almost less than a nucleus in both materiel and personnel. 
In the summer of the following year, our Naval Aviators were doing 
patrol work in American-built planes, not only in our home waters but 
also on the coasts of England, Ireland, Erance and Belgium. In addi- 
tion, we were conducting operations on a large scale with lighter-than- 
air craft in Erance and were taking an important part in the work 
of the Northern Bombing Group near the Belgian border. 

Taking the work as a whole from the conception and working out 
of the broad operating plans in the very beginning down to the training 
of the personnel, the creation of the materiel and the final operations 
against the enemy, the enterprise must be stamped with the approval 



of the count rv as a whole. 



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U. S. Naval Aviation in the War 

Operations and Achievements of the Naval Air Force 



By John R. Cox 




HEN America entered 
the war, the United 
States Navy possessed 
but one aircraft station 
and twenty-two train- 
ing seaplanes with none 
fit for service use, and 
a hghter-than-airequip- 
nient that was negligible. There were 
thirty-eight naval aviators. When the 
armistice was signed, there were in opera- 
tion twenty-eight United States naval 
air stations overseas, thirteen in the 
United States and insular possessions, two 
in Canada, and twelve land squadrons for 
special offensive operations against sub- 
marines at their bases, not to mention the 
numerous schools, storehouses, assembly 
plants, repair depots, and the naval air- 
craft factories which were required to fur- 
nish the necessary personnel and facilities 
for the operation of those air stations. 

The aviation personnel at the close of 
hostilities had reached a total of 4'2,000 — 
more than two-thirds the entire naval 
personnel prior to our entry into the war. 

EXPERIMENTAL PERIOD 

The first scientific demonstrations of 
aeronautic principles were made by Pro- 
fessor Langley at Quantico, or Widewater 
on the Potomac, Va., in 1896. Langley 
was subjected to so much ridicule that he 
broke down under the attack and his 
death occurred before he was able to 
complete his experiments. In 1903 the 
Wright Brothers made their first success- 
ful flight with a "heavier-than-air" craft 
carrying the pilot. Then followed nu- 
merous experiments, both in this country 
and in Europe, extending over the ensuing 




seven years. In November, 1910, Eugene 
Ely made the first flight from the deck of 
a naval vessel, when he flew from the 
U. S. S. Birmingham, a scout cruiser, at 
Hampton Roads, out over the waters of 
the Roads and Chesapeake Bay. This 
marked the beginning of naval aviation. 
A few months later, in the spring of 1911, 
flights were made by Curtiss in a hydro- 
aeroplane to and from the armored 
cruiser Pennsylvania (now the Pitis- 
hurgh) in the harbor of San Diego, Cal. 
To conduct these experiments, on both 
vessels were liuilt false decks forward. 
From that time until the winter of 1917, 
the time was occupied in experimentation, 
and the formation of the nucleus of a 
naval aviation section. The first naval 
aviator to qualify for flying was Lieut. 
T. G. Ellyson, who, it .should be said, was 
also the first to use the catapult as a 
launching apparatus, from which he made 
an a.scent at the Naval Academy. Other 
pioneers in 1911-12 and 1913 were Lieuts. 
John Rodgers, John H. Towers, P. N. L. 
Bellinger, C. K. Bronson, Chevalier, 
Billingsly, Stolz, Saufley and Whiting; 
Lieut. Comdr. H. C. Mustin; Lieuts. B. 
L. Smith and A. A. Cunningham, U. S. 
Marine Corps; Naval Constructor H. C. 
Richards, Civil Engineer J. V. Rockwell, 
Ensign V. D. Herbster, and perhaps half 
a dozen more of the regular Navy and 
[Marine Corps. The toll was heavy 
among these adventurous young pioneers, 
for the machines were frail and crude, and 
the hazards were great. Lieut. Billingsly 
was killed in a crash in 1913, and in the 
following two or three years, Stolz, Rock- 
well, Saufley and Bronson sacrificed their 




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lives to the development of naval aero- 
nautics. 

The first aviation camp to be es- 
tablished by the Navy was located at 
Annapolis in 1913; prior to which naval 
flyers and students trained at the Curtiss 
school at San Diego, Cal. At about the 
same time a camp was started at Guan- 
tanamo, Cuba, and operated while the 
fleet was in Caribbean waters. In De- 
cember, the Annapolis camp was trans- 
ferred to Pensacola.Fla., where the battle- 
ship Mississippi (later sold to the Greek 
Government) was assigned as station ship. 
Shortljr afterwards, an air station was 
constructed a.shore at Pensacola, which 
was destined to be the first fixed aviation 
station in America. During the follow- 
ing summer the Mississippi was sold and 
the armored cruiser Norih Carolina 
became the aviation and station ship. 
She was the only ves.sel, and Pensacola 
the sole station, engaged in naval flying 
at the time we entered the war with 



Germany in April, 1917. At that time the 
Navy had thirty-eight qualified aviators, 
and all of 163 enlisted men detailed to 
aviation duty; while the assortment of 
twenty-two seaplanes were fit for training 
jmrposes only; the equipment comprised 
five kite planes, two free balloons and 
no dirigibles. 

ADMINISTR.\TION OF THE AIR SERVICE 

Back of the marvelous expansion of 
naval aviation was a sujjerb administra- 
tive organization, without which the 
service would have proven a failure no 
matter how much zeal, inventive genius 
and patriotic enthusia.sm had been mus- 
tered in the cause. As has been pointed 
out, i)roduction at once jumped to 
enormous proportions, and the necessity 
for establishing stations in remote parts 
of the world called for rapid construction, 
equipment of all kinds in quantities and 
transportation facilities. These problems 
required administrative ability of a high 
order, and the success of the operations 
is largely due to the officials who admin- 
istered the afl^airs of the naval air service. 
Captain Noble E. Irwin, U. S. N., was 
early in the war detailed as Director of 
Naval Aviation, and Supervisor of the 
Naval Reserve Flying Corps, under the 
Chief of Operations at the Navy Depart- 
ment. Both Secretary Daniels and 
Assistant Secretary Roosevelt gave their 
heartiest support to the air service, and 
allowed the director practically a free 
hand to carry out his campaign. As- 
sociated with Captain Irwin were the 
pioneers of naval aviation: Capt. H. C. 




Capt.vis MrsTix Leamng Catapult. 






Mustin; Comdrs. Kenneth ^Yhiting, J. H. 
Towers, W. G. Childs; Lieut. Comdrs. 
P. N. L. Bellinger, G. deC. Chevalier, A. 
C. Read, and E. O. McDonnell; Maj. B. 
L. Smith of the Marine Corps, and other 
young enthusiasts who had demonstrated 
their ability in the profession of flying. 
The naval aviation forces in Europe were 
under the command of Capt. T.T.Craven, 
who after the demobilization succeeded 
Captain Irwin as Director of Naval Avia- 
tion at the department. The air service 
afloat was under Caj^t. Hutch I. Cone, 
aide for aviation on Vice-Admiral Sims' 
stafi^. Captain Cone was seriously in- 
jured when the British steamer Leiuslcr 
was torpedoed on October 10, 1918, while 
returning from an inspection trip of the 
naval air stations in Ireland, but later 
resumed active duty. 

At the Navy Department, the work of 
the aviation service was divided among a 
number of bureaus, all of which cooperat- 
ed to the fullest extent. The activities 
of the service were under the Office of 
Operations; the personnel, officers and 
men, was supplied in sufficient number by 




the recruiting division of the Bureau of 
Navigation; the Bureau of Steam Engi- 
neering furni.shed motors and radio equip- 
ment; the Bureau of Construction and 
Repair the hulls and wings of the planes; JiUil 
the Bureau of Ordnance the machines, 
guns, bombs and other armament; the 
Bureau of Yards and Docks conducted the 
Ijuilding operations at the many stations 
throughout the world and furni.shed the 
motor tran.sportation; the Bureau of 
Medicine and Surgery sup])lied trained 
personnel of the medical and hospital 
corps, conducted the special examinations 
rec(uired for aviators and looked after 
the physical welfare of the air forces at 
home and abroad; the Bureau of Supplies 
and Accounts brought to bear its magnifi- 
cent purcha.sing and supply organiza- 
tions in keeping a constant stream of 
material, provisions and eciuipment, be- 
sides jiaying and feeding the men wher- 
ever they were serving. The head- 
quarters of the ^Marine Corps supi)lied 
both marine personnel and material for 
the operations in which both services 
participated. 





DEVELOPMENT BEGAN WITH THE WAR 

From this review of pre-war conditions, 
it will be seen that the naval aviation 
corps was almost wholly developed after 
America began hostilities. Despite the 
lack of preparedness for war, however, it 
is a source of pride to all members of the 
corps that the first organized American 
fighting force to land in France was a 
detail of naval aviators. This advance 
guard, under Commander Kenneth Whit- 
ing, arrived at Bordeaux on June 6, 1917, 
just two months to the day after war was 
declared, and consisted of trained and 
student aviators selected at the request 
of the French Navy to assist in combat- 
ing the Hun submarines which were 
working havoc along the French coast. 

At the very outset a board of officers 
was sent abroad to study foreign types 
of machines, and returned with some 
startling facts concerning the submarine 
menace, which had assumed proportions 
much uglier than was at that time fully 
appreciated in this country. It became 
apparent at once that not only must 



America send over aircraft of a far 
superior type to any which the Navy had, 
but they must be shipped across in quan- 
tities that astounded the authorities. 
After a conference in which theories and 
preconceived plans were ruthlessly tram- 
pled down, a definite program of types 
was agreed upon, which when once 
adopted, was scrupulously followed 
throughout the war, regardless of all 
doubts and criticism. As a consequence 
of the faithfid adherence to the program, 
an uninterrui)ted production was accom- 
plished with no loss of material which had 
to be scrapped, and what was still more 
vital, with no loss of time. The per- 
formance of the aircraft in actual service 
amply vindicated the .selection of the 
types. In a marvelously short time the 
Navy had embarked upon an aviation 
program, on both sides of the Atlantic, 
on a scale which astonished all who were 
cognizant of its development. 

No less remarkable was the growth of 
the personnel. From the handful of 
aviators who had conducted the experi- 




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mental Avork at Pensacola, there grew coppersniitlis who could do acetylene 

almost overnight a corps of officers and welding, boatswain's mates who were 

men and a system of training that soon aerial photographers, carpenter's mates 

met the demands which were made upon who could build and repair wings, and 

it. Men from every walk of life were gunner's mates who coidd operate a 

gathered into the aviation service, and machine gun from aircraft. All these 

there was no lack of recruit-material men were given an intensive course, the 

from the outset; on the contrary, the best qualified sent to finishing schools, 

difficulty lay in taking care of the large and then distributed to the various sta- 

force and in providing adequate training tions at home and abroad for actual 

facilities. The.se were soon forthcoming, experience. Officers were specially trained 

and within a few months a series of not only in flying, but in bombing, navi- 

schools had been establi.shed and com- gation, gunnery, radio, aerography, in- 



missioned, where special instruction was 
imparted. Trade schools were o])ened 
all over the coimtrv, and new aerial 



ternal combustion engines and for execu- 
tive duties. ]Many technical and manu- 
facturing experts were enrolled as officers 



ratings were improvised to jirovide for and immediately sent abroad to install 

the diversified mechanical duties which 

were re([uire<.l. No time could be spent 

in obtaining new legislation; and despite 

the arbitrary table of .seagoing ratings 

which had been rigidly fixed for the Navy 

years before by law, the aviation corps 

soon built up a large force of aerial 

machinists skilled in gas engines, quarter- cially designated as the U. S. Naval 

masters who were expert pigeon keepers, Aviation Detachment. This school 



and 0])erate machinery and etiuipnient at 
assembly and rej)air bases. 

.M.\SS. INSTITUTE OF TECHXOLOGY 

Princi]:)al among the schools conducted 
in the United States was that at the ]\Iass- 
achusetts Institute of Technology, offi- 



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was opened in July, 1917, with forty- 
three students, all possessing a technical 
education. The first commanding officer 
was Lieut. E. H. McKittrick of the regu- 
lar navy. The plan of instruction called 
for a highly intensive cour.se of eight 
weeks, with a class graduating every two 
weeks. Later two weeks were added to 
the course. Instruction was imparted 
by the faculty of the Institute, which also 
turned over the necessary buildings and 
equipment for the school. Later, Walker 
Memorial Building was assigned to the 
naval detachment 
for use as quarters 
and a cafeteria. On 
December 21,1917, 
Lieut. Comdr. R. 
W. Cabaniss, U. S. 
Navy, relieved 
Lieutenant McKit- 
trick in command, 
and in the following 
March the building 
at 84 Massachu.setts 
Avenue was acquir- 




Calisthenks, G a.m. 



ed for use as a receiving ship, with 
Lieut, (j.g.) S. W. Sargent, USNRF, in 
command. At the receiving ship all 
men who reported from other stations for 
training were held for from two to six 
weeks before assignment to the main 
school, serving meanwhile under instruc- 
tion. It was there that the weeding-out 
process was conducted, no men being 
sent to the school who were not fully 
qualified, mentally, morally and phys- 
ically. 

The discipline of the school was kept 
at all times at a 
high standard, and 
the secret of the 
success of the de- 
tachment was the 
development of the 
greatest degree of 
energy within the 
least possible time. 
Many young men 
who could not stand 
the tension dropped 
out, which only 



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stimulated the re- 
mainder to greater 
effort. There w a s 
no let-up in the 
drills or the discipline 
from the date tlie 
school opened until 
hostilities ceased. 

Commander Caba- 
niss served as com- 
manding officer until 
July 3, 1918, when 
he was relieved by 
Lieut. Comdr. H 
Great credit is due Commander Cabaniss 
for the success of the school; and the 
pace which he set, as well as the standard 
of discipline he insisted upon at all times, 
was maintained under his successor. 

Over 200 colleges were represented in 
the student body, the greatest number of 
men being from Cornell, Yale, Massa- 
chu.setts Institute of Technology, Har- 
vard, University of Pennsylvania, Prince- 
ton, Dartmouth, University of California, 
University of Michigan and Columbia, in 
the order named. Most of them were 
members of the Naval Reserve Force, 
although not a few came from the regular 
Navy, the Marine Corps and the National 
Naval Volunteers (afterwards made a 
part of the Naval Reserve) . Just before 
the armistice, in November, sixty flight 
cadets of the Canadian Royal Naval Air 
Service entered the school, but before 
they were able to complete their ground 
course they were demobilized. 

After the school had been in commission 
a short time the civilian instructors of the 
Massachusetts Institute of Technology 
were supplemented by groiuid officers who 
were retained after graduation for in- 
structors. The school reached its maxi- 
mum strength in September, 1018, when 
about 1,600 men were under training, with 
approximately 115 instructors. 

The curriculum in the ground school 
embraced aerial gunnery, photography, 
navigation, observation and aerography; 




The Pcmp, Camp S.^upley, Pensacola. 
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h o m 1) i n g, aero- 
nautical engines, elec- 
tricity, seamanship, 
signals, flight theory 
and the Naval Regu- 
lations. Student 
flight officers receiv- 
ed special instruction 
in meteorology, bal- 
loons and studiespar- 
ticularly prepared 
for flvers. 



OTHER SCHOOLS 

Students were also sent to the school at 
Cambridge after they had qualified at 
some other school or training station. 
The.se stations were located all over the 
country, wherever a course of instruction 
could be given. At Bluehill Observatory, 
Mass., was maintained an aerography 
class composed largely of men drawn 
from the Weather Bureau. At Pelham 
Bay Training Camj), there was a school for 
winchmen, and for instruction in kites. 
There was a class for carpenter's mates 
at the works of the Aeromarine Plane and 
Motor Co., Keyport, N. J. At Bay 
Shore there was an air station and school 
for aviation mechanics, and at Rockaway 
Beach there was a school for hydrogen 
engineers. Men who had some experience 
in photography were sent to the works of 
the Eastman Kodak Company, Rochester, 
N. Y., to learn camera construction and 
repair, and the art of photography. A 
bombing school was located at Ardmore, 
Pa., where a factory was turning out 
bombs. At Hampton Roads there was a 
school for quartermasters at the operat- 
ing base and a kite and balloon school at 
the Naval Air Station. An aviation pho- 
tographic school was maintained at 
Miami, Fla., while at the old air station 
at Pensacola were schools for instrument 
mechanics, cpiartermasters, carpenters, 
machinists, aerial gunners, bombers, 
radio operators, etc. 






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At the training station, Great Lakes, a 
number of classes were conducted during 
the war, and shortly after the armistice 
all the training service for the aviation 
force was rounded u]) there under one 
department. 

At Dunwoody Institute, Minneapolis, 
there was a ground school of the same 
general character as at Cambridge and in 
addition the school had the benefit of the 
mechanical facilities of Dunwoody Insti- 
tute for instruction in a number of arti- 
ficer branches, particularly carpenters, 
machinists, coppersmiths, etc. 

A school for the training of men in the 
operation of the Liberty motor was con- 
ducted at the works of the Packard TMotor 
Co., Detroit. At the Curtiss works in 
Buffalo was a school for carpenter's 
mates, cop])ersmiths, blacksmiths and 
aviation quartermasters. 

On the Pacific coast were two schools, 
one at the Naval Air Station, San Diego, 
Cal., where machinists and quarter- 
masters were trained, and at Seattle, 
where there was a ground school for the 



instruction of technically trained young 
men, similar to that we have described 
at the Massachusetts Institute of Tech- 
nology. 

STATIONS ABROAD 

From the beginning it was realized 
that the primary function of the naval 
aviation service was to protect allied 
shipping and to "get" the Hun submarine. 
This necessitated the establi.shment of 
stations all the way from northern Ireland 
to the southern toe of Italy, in the Azores, 
and on our own coast from No\'a Scotia 
to the Canal Zone. Locations were 
selected because of their strategic value, 
regardless of communications or conve- 
niences. For example, eight stations 
were located on islands off shore, requir- 
ing .special water transportation; very few 
were in or near settled communities, 
hence they must needs be altogether 
self-supporting. 

The work abroad was divided into three 
general clas.ses: overseas patrol of a 
routine nature; emergency patrols or 




responding to S. O. S. calls, and bombing miles, and by establishing re-fuelling 
enemy bases. depots this station was able to send out 

Seaplanes of large cruising radius and ])atrols each covering 400 miles, and ex- 
airships were used for routine patrol, eacli tending ll'-2 miles north, l'-2.5 miles south 

and 11.5 miles out to sea from the station. 
That these .seaplanes were built for 
durability is illustrated by the exjierience 
of an H. S. type in October, 1918, which 
sustained itself for twenty-four hours after 
an enforced landing on the water, in spite 
of a .50-knot gale and seas mounting over 
20 feet high. 



station being assigned a zone which was 
covered as thoroughly as possible from 
dawn until dark. The patrol routes were 
so laid out that the greatest area was 
covered with the least mileage, each sea- 
plane traversing courses definitely set 
forth in the ])ilot"s flight instructions. 
They were armed with tiombs of 2.S0 or 
500 pounds and with machine guns for 
use against a submarine on the surface or 
against hostile aircraft. The planes could 
cruise from four to nine hours, depending 
on the nature of the patrol, while the air- 
ships could remain out for forty hours or 
more. To give an idea of the operations 
of a single air station, a flying squadron or 
patrol frequently covered from 10,000 to 
15,000 nautical miles in the cour.se of a 
week. In one day the patrol squadron 
attached to one station put in fifty-four 
hours and twenty-six minutes flying 
time, covering a distance of '■2,8'-27 nautical 



THE E.MERGENf'Y P.\TRrjL 

The emergency or S. O. S. patrol was 
made only when an eneny submarine 
was reported within the zone covered by 
the station, a limited number of seaplanes 
being held in reserve for that contingency. 
Success depended upon the rapidity with 
which planes, fully efpupjied, could be 
gotten away, with complete instructions 
as to the supposed location of the sub- 
marine. On a surpri.se insjjection, the 
longest time retpiired to get out orders, 
launch two planes com])letely equip])ed 
and manned, in the air with full instrtic- 






OF Field "B," Northern Bombing 
Group, Campagne, France. 

tions, was seven minutes, an illustration 
of the rapidity with which seaplanes can 
be operated as compared with surface 
craft. As a result of the vigilance of these 
patrols, the German submarines late in 
the winter of 1918 began to avoid the 
areas embraced in aircraft patrol, and 
extended their operations much farther 
out to .sea, which greatly diminished their 
chances of destroying ships, but with the 
advantage that if they located an unes- 
corted .ship, the greater distance from 
protection rendered it more prol^able that 
the submarines would accomi)lish their 
work of destruction before destroyers or 
other ves.sels from allied bases could 
render assistance. 

BOMBING ENEMY BASES 

This development led to the campaign 
against the enemy's submarine bases. 
Six squadrons of land bombing airplanes 
for daylight, and six similar squadrons for 
night bombing were organized under the 
name of the Naval Northern Bombing 
Group. The personnel of the organiza- 



tion was part naval and part marine, and 
was combined with the air forces of the 
British to bomb the German submarine 
bases at Zeebrugge, Bruges and Ostend. 
The day bombing squadrons were gen- 
erally composed of marines and the night 
squadrons of naval aviators. Army 
land machines were used because they 
were speedier and could carry more bombs 
than the seaplanes; and for the further 
reason that the German bases and sub- 
marine docks were along the Belgian 
canals, where seaplanes could not be 
operated as advantageously as land 
machines. At first the field was located 
at Calais, but the Germans soon found it 
and bombarded it both from the air and 
from their long range guns, and it was 
decided in the summer of 1918 to split 
the squadrons up into several stations 
which were located at Antingues, St. 
Ingleverte, Oye, Campagne, and Calais, 
all incorporated with the big station at 







Submarine Photographed from a Seaplane. 



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Dunkerqiie. The Germans bombed the 
stations 750 times from the air, and with 
the long range guns 500 times. Dmikerque 
itself was under almost continuous bom- 
bardment for a year immediately pre- 
ceding the armistice. The dugouts at 
Dunkerque were exceedingly popular 
during the enemy raids, which 
were of almost nightly occur- 
rence. During one night the 
Huns dropped 320 bombs, 
varying from 600 pounders to 
20-pound pit-squeaks, on the 
Dunkerque station and its im- 
mediate vicinity. The dugouts 
were 15 feet underground and 
protected with corrugated sheet 
iron, sand, cement and cobble- 
stones. The personnel was so 
distributed that a direct hit on 
a dugout would not have killed 
more than fifty men. Never- 
theless, the constant bombard- 
ment got on their nerves at 
times. 

Although the Northern 
Bombing Group had only gotten 
into full operation when hostil- 
ities ceased, nevertheless the 
group accomplished much effec- 
tive work, and was in position 
to do the enemy a great deal 
of damage if the war had con- 
tinued. 

Bombing operations were also 
conducted extensively by the 
American naval aviators i n 
Italy, of which more will he said 
later. 

These were the primary func- 
tions performed by naval avia- 
tors — overseas patrol, response 
to emergency calls, and bomb- 
ing enemy bases. Secondary duties con- 
sisted of the escort of convoys, which 
was of no mean importance, and, parti- 
cularly in the latter part of the war, 
spotting and reconnaisance duty with the 
battle fleet. To this end several of the 
American battleships were equipped with 





fast jjlanes for this work. Had the 
German fleet come out and given battle 
there is no doubt that these aviators 
would have rendered a good account of 
themselves and proven an invaluable 
part of the fleet not only in scouting but 
in actual engagement with the enemy. 
They were not permitted, how- 
ever, to demonstrate their use- 
fulness in this field of endeavor. 

NAVAL AIR STATIONS IN 
ENGLAND 

Principal among the stations 
in England was that at Killing- 
holme, a small town located on 
the east coast. This incon- 
spicuous little place had nothing 
to recommend it as a residential 
center, and before the war was 
known only by the fact that 
oil tanks had been constructed 
on the beach, and oil-burning 
coastwise ve.'-sels stoi)ped there 
occasionally to replenish their 
supply of fuel oil. Killingholme, 
however, pos.sessed a strategic 
value as an air station, and 
was early utilized by the Royal 
Air Force which stationed a 
scjuadron there, later so greatly 
augmented that by the summer 
of 1917 it had become one of 
the leading air stations in Great 
Britain. When a Britisli and 
American joint board decided 
that the United States would 
coojjcrate in patrolling the 
North Sea, Killingholme was 
made an ail-American station. 
In December, 1917, Commander 
Whiting, who was then in 
Europe, was ordered home for 
the purpose of organizing the 
necessary personnel and to obtain the 
equipment to operate it by the Navy. 
Men and material were dispatched from 
time to time, but it was not until May, 
1918, that the big collier Jason left New 
York with a large force of men, a cargo of 
supplies, and the first American sea- 




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planes to be sent to Enrope. She arrived 
on June 1, when the necessary additional 
buildings to house the men and accom- 
modate the planes were promptly erected, 
and steps were taken to relieve the British 
forces at the station. The work pro- 
gressed so rapidly that on July 'ZO, Com- 
mander Whiting relie-^-ed Wing Com- 
mander Bowhill, RNAS, who had served 
with great distinction in the war, espe- 
cially in command of the Royal Air Force 
in Mesopotamia, where he supplied food 
by airplane to General Townshend's be- 
sieged army. 

Killingholme had meanwhile becoine 
the center of great shipj)ing activities; 
convoys were constantly passing up and 
down the coast; it was within striking 
distance of the lines of submarine travel; 
and, moreover, it was in the path usually 
taken l)y Zeppelins in their raids on the 
English coast. By pushing the patrols 
out on somewhat extended flights, great 
assistance could be rendered to fleet 
maneuvers and observations from this 
base. 



Expansion of 
the station as it 
was turned over 
by the British 
was conducted 
by the Public 
Works Depart- 
n:ent of the 
United States 
Force, and the 
additional build- 
ings were con- 
structed at a rate 
which astoni.shed 
the British, 
twent y - e i g h t 
buildings being 
built in thirty 
days with green 
crews, lacking 
only plumbing 
and wiring. By 
this time, the 
complement had 
reached 1,.500 men, and the Naval Air 
Station was ready for business. From 
July "20 until the fateful llth of Novem- 
ber, there was constant work at Killing- 
holme. Some of the activities reduced 
to figures were: 

Over 6,000 shijis were convoyed; the 






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I'.sril hy X.A.'s irif/i Britixli fnr <l<n/ bombing. 

distance covered in war i)atro]s was 
nearly 60,000 miles, not including test 
flights or experiments. For several weeks 
when Gernum subs were believed to 
come to the surface under cover of dark- 






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ness to recharge their storage batteries, 
nightly patrols were conducted of seven 
and eight hours" duration. Notwith- 
standing the almost constant fog, often 
attended by high winds and rainstorms, 
tlie weather was not permitted to interfere 
with the daily patrols and convoys. 
Despite the exigencies of the war. 



Haxriot Hydra vion- de Chasse. 
One-man sconf plane. 

recreation and welfare work were not 
overlooked. Baseball, football and track 
athletics were encouraged, and many 
s|)irited games were played between the 
station teams and teams from nearby 
stations. The first American game of 
baseball ever played in Hull was between 



a Killingholme team and another Ameri- 
can team from the aviation construction 
camp at Driffield. The welfare activities 
were imder the supervision of the Y. M. 
C. A., the Red Cross and the British 
[Ministry of Information. 

Some of the exploits of the Killingholme 
flyers will be mentioned briefly. Pilots 
Schieffelin and Cutler in a large .seaplane 
on July 19 sighted a submarine cruising 
on the surface io miles from Whitby. 
They dropped a bomb, which fell '20 feet 
from the center of the submarine. After 
the explosion the submarine's screws were 
seen to rise and almost break the surface, 
then the submarine disappeared. No 
further movement was discerned, and the 
plane returned to the station. The 
submarine was not put out of business, 
however, for she later in the day at- 
tempted to attack a convoy, but was 
repulsed by a motor launch which dropped 
depth charges, forcing the submarine to 
the surface. In the fight which ensued, 
a destroyer rammed the submarine, which 
was unable to submerge, and after being 
again rammed, she capsized and sank. 




On June 13 a seaplane, witli Lieutenant 
Cleeve of the Royal Air Force as first 
pilot and Ensign Allen, USXRF, second 
pilot, sighted a submarine's wake. They 
immediately dropjjed two bomljs in the 
line of the wake, whereuj)on oil and 
wreckage came to the surface, but the 
submarine continued its course. De- 
stroyers were signaUed, and depth bombs 
brought more oil and wreckage to view. 
The submarine was not again sighted. 

On July 9 Ensigns SchiefTehn and 
Staub, first and second pilots, both 
USNRF, with Wireless Operator Roll- 
hause and Machinist's ;\Iate Bernstein, 
sighted an oil patch while flying at 2,000 
feet altitude, and new oil was constantly 
appearing, indicating the presence of a 
submarine nearby. Two bombs were 
dropped, one scoring a direct hit, and the 
other very close. Destroyers were sig- 
nalled, and upon their arrival dropped 
several depth charges, when bubbles 
rose to the surface, and the oil patch 
widened to more than twice its former 
size. According to the records of the 



British Admiralty this submarine is 
classified as "seriously damaged." 

On June 8, while the station was still 
under joint control, pilots Captain Mun- 
day of the Briti.sh air service and Ensign 
Rumill, USN, sighted a periscope 15 
miles east of Spurn. The periscope disap- 
peared immediately and the plane upon 
arriving at the position noticed a dis- 
turbance of the water, as if the submarine 
were lying on the bottom, and bubbles 
were seen to rise. Two bombs were 
dropped, whereupon more bubbles as 
well as oil came to the surface. No 
further results were observed, but owing 
to lack of fuel the .seajjlane was compelled 
to put back to the l)ase. 

On the occasion of a distressing acci- 
dent when two flyers were killed and 
a third serionslj' injured as a result of 
their seaplane crashing into Humber 
River, a gallant attempt was made to 
save the victims. Seaplane 4067 was 
starting for Dundee on October 28, 1918, 
with Ensigns Benjamin Lee and J. Gar- 
rison, both NRF., as pilots, and R. G. 






machinist's mate, 2d class, when 
the seaphme crashed into the Ilumlier 
River. Lieut. R. H. McCann and En- 
sign G. S. Hodges dove overboard from 
a rescue launch, under the burning 
wreckage in their endeavor to save the 
lives of the flj^ers. Hodges brought 
Garrison unconscious through the burn- 
ing wreckage to the rescue boat, keeping 
him vmder water intermittently and with 
his own person protecting the unconscious 
officer from the flames. In liis rescue 
Hodges liimself was severely burned, and 
it was solely due to the heroic rescue work 
that Garrison was not lost. Both Lee and 
Fisher were drowned. 

Other naval air stations in the British 
Isles were maintained at Felixstowe. 
"Wexford, Queenstown, Lough Foyle, 
Whiddy Island, besides the assembly and 
repair base at Eastleigh, 70 miles south- 
west of London, which was established 
for the purpose of serving the entire 
Northern Bombing Group, acting in 
conjunction with the delivery and dis- 
tribution at St. Ingleverte, France, which 




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^YATCH Tower, Pensacola. 

was located inland four or five miles 
from Calais. 

In the early summer of 1918, the Huns 
were very active in this western front and 
grave alarm was felt that the enemy 
might break through to the channel ports 
and overrun the country adjacent to 
Calais, in which section the original plans 
were to establi.sh the repair and assembly 
base. It was deemed urgently necessary 
to seek another location more protected 
from bombardment and possible capture, 
and where mechanics could turn out the 
planes and assemble parts without inter- 
ference, yet accessible to the patrols and 
air stations of France and England. The 
British had partly completed an "ac- 
ceptance base" at Eastleigh, which the 
Air Ministry offered to the U. S. Navy. 
The offer was accepted, and the station 
was taken over in July, 1918, completed 
in record time, and for the remaining 
months of the war this base rendered 
efficient service to the American naval 
air service in supplying equipment as 
needed. 



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STATIONS IN FRANCE 

The first naval air station to be es- 
tablished in France was Dunkerque, near 
the Belgian line on the Strait of Dover, 
and close to the front. Construction was 
undertaken by the French authorities, 
which was expected to be completed by 
September, 1917. October came, and it 
was still but 30 per cent done, when a de- 
tachment of fifty Americans was detailed 
to push the work. In November, 100 more 
bluejackets were sent to Dunkerque and 
every eff^ort was made to expedite the 



coast, but an occasional ofiFensive patrol 
was made with the Hanriot single sealers, 
the usual plan being to send out two or 
three DD flying boats equipped with 
two 130-pound bombs, accompanied by a 
flight of five Hanriots as protection from 
enemy craft. The DD's carried a gunner 
forward and aft, but still were not con- 
sidered self-protecting and were, more- 
over, slow and unwieldy. Great trouble 
was experienced with equipment, es- 
pecially the flying boats' power plants, 
which caused a large percentage of 




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construction. Shortly thereafter the 
station was ready for occupancy, and in 
January trained personnel began to 
arrive. Patrols, however, could not be 
carried out for lack of ordnance and flying 
equipment. 

At first the operations consisted of 
anti-submarine patrols over the English 
Channel, and by arrangement with the 
French Seaplane Station almost constant 
daylight patrol was maintained. Due to 
the inferior types of planes it was not 
possible to patrol the nearby Belgian 



patrols to be abandoned because of motor 
failure. Notwithstanding, numerous 
"alerts" were answered and on many 
occasions submarines were bombed. 
The station was credited with one sub- 
marine. At critical periods the entire 
station force was turned over to the 
British, and every assistance was lent 
them and the French, particularly during 
the enemy drives in that area. American 
pilots frequently joined French and 
British squadrons operating with land 
machines. Observers were loaned and 






the station personnel assisted the allies 
in the erection of airdromes and in other 
essential work. 

Lieutenant Chevalier, who was in com- 
mand from the fall of 1917, was relieved 
in July, 1918, to take charge of the 
aviation repair base at Eastleigh, being 
relieved by Lieutenant Gates, NRF, who 
distinguished himself as a daring flyer 
and who was later brought down inside 
the enemy lines while flying with a 
French spad scjuadron and was captured, 
but possibly due to the approaching 



At one time a British night bombing 
squadron was driven from its airdrome 
and the airdrome completely wrecked by 
an enemy night raid. To permit the 
British to continue their night bombing 
operations, the repairs must be made 
immediately, and with the assistance of 
the American force the airdrome was 
put in shape, and by evening the British 
were again able to operate. 

At another time the British were driven 
from their airdrome, and the American 
contingent erected new barracks and 



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Awaiting Secretary Roosevelt's 

break in the enemy's resistance, he was 
saved, and after the armistice obtained 
his relea.se. 

During the entire occupancy of the 
station, Dunkerque was subjected to 
enemy bombing raids, many of them 
severe, and resulting in nmch damage to 
the station, but fortunately without 
casualties. The almost continuous night 
bombing as well as bombardment by long- 
range guns made living conditions very 
difficult, despite which the behavior of 
the men was at all times most admirable. 



IXSPECTIOX. DrXKERQUE, FrAXCE. 

hangars for them on another field, so 
that the British operations might be 
continuous. 

One day a German seaplane was 
re])orted operating off Ostend. Five 
American Hanriots were dispatched on 
offensive patrol into the area, where they 
remained for an hour or more without 
locating the Boche. Meanwhile a fog 
came uj:), and the flight became scattered. 
One machine landed in Dieppe, 150 
miles from its station. Another pilot 
found himself well inland on coming out 



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y'f^b of the fog; seeing troops below, he de- 
scended to see whether they were Huns 

i^Y or aUies. He found them to l)e Belgians 
and he landed safely on a convenient 
marsh. To his surprise he learned that 
he was directly back of Dixmude, and by 
skillful maneuvering he managed to get 
out of the marsh and proceeded safely 
over the treetops back to Dunkerque. 

No American seaplanes were ever used 
at this station. The reasons were that 
the harbor was extremely narrow, and 
all the American seaplanes which were 
provided were too large for use at Dun- 
kerque. Furthermore, there were no 
American seaplanes suitable for opera- 
tions in direct contact with the enemy 
such as were required at Dunkerc|ue. 

During the summer this station was 
exceedingly active, and rendered notable 
service in practically eliminating the 
submarine menace along the French 
coast. On August 1'2, a squadron sighted 
a Hun submarine and released eight 
bombs, one of which scored a direct hit. 
The submarine rolled slowlj^ to star- 
board, lying bottom upwards for five 



minutes, when she gradually sank. The 
other seven bombs exploded clo.se along- 
side the hull. After dropping the bombs 
the seaplanes circled around, firing 500 
rounds of ammunition into the hull until 
she sank bodily. 

Three days later an airplane squadron 
sighted a submarine off Ostend, which 
submerged before the patrol arrived, and 
no trace could be found. Three bombs 
were dropped, two of which exploded 
20 yards astern of the susjjected position, 
but no further trace of the submarine 
was found than the appearance of two 
oil patches. 

During the summer and fall the enemy 
works at Ostend, Zeebrugge, Brugeoi.se, 
Bruges docks and canal and airdomes at 
Ghisbelles and Marialter were frequently 
})oml)ed by airmen from Dunkerque, in- 
flicting serious damage. 






flight being made on November 13. 
Henceforth, lioth patrol and convoy 
flights were made regularly. Communica- 
tion wa.s poor, and the time and po.sition 
of passing convoys were uncertain, so 
with no adjoining air stations to co- 
operate in convoy work, long flights were 
necessary. 

After the station began to operate, Le 
Croisic was used as an assembly base for 
TelHer, DD and Le Peu .seaplanes. As 
more machines, equipment and .spare 
parts were received and hangar space 
provided, more extensive work was under- 
taken. The installation of radio a.shore 
and in planes enabled the intelligence 
officer to keep better informed of the 
positions of planes on patrol, and with the 
addition of a machine shop and a car- 
penter shop, damaged planes and worn 
engines were quickly ])ut back in com- 
mission. 

Not long after the station was in com- 
mission, four submarines were sighted 
off Belle Isle, and two planes sent on 
patrol. They did not get the sub- 
marines, and one plane failed to return 



on time. This plane, which was piloted 
by Ensign K. R. Smith, NRF, with N. 
Wilkinson, Elect., and Brady, INIach. 
Mate, as members of the crew, had 
an experience, thrilling in it.self, which 
illustrates the variety of hazards of 
aerial warfare. 

Upon leaving Le Croisic, the clouds 
were very low and quite a sea running. 
Search was made for mines and sub- 
marines, but none were found. After 
cruising several hours, their motor went 
dead and about 3 p. m. they were forced 
to make a tail-to-wind landing on the sur- 
face with a big sea running. A pigeon 
was disjjatched for help. They were not 
certain of their location, and the sea 
became very rough. As night came on 
they stood watches, one bailing while the 
other two slept. The next morning they 
sent out another pigeon, urgently calling 
for help. They had no food and all hands 
were seasick. It developed that the 
motor trouble was due to failure of the 
gas tank to feed. About 11 o'clock the 
second day, Wilkinson got the motor 
started, and tried to put back to He 



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D'You, but they made little headway 
because of the rough sea. Then their 
left ]5ontoon filled with water. In mak- 
ing a desperate attempt to get the 
machine off the water, they broke th.eir 
left wing, and in the words of the report 
of tlie pilot, they "got themselves into a 
hell of a scrape." Things then began to 
look pretty black, but the men were 
game. Night again came, and they again 
took watches, first lying on the wing, 
then bailing, then sleeping. They had 
many anxious moments when it was 
feared the craft would roll over. They 
passed a mighty uncomfortable night 
and were growing very weak from lack 
of food or water. The morning of the 
third day found them in a still more pre- 
carious condition, with the wing getting 
near the boat as it crumpled. They had 
to bail constantly and stay out on the 
wing tip. As the waves came over they 
felt they were going steadily lower. They 
finally decided to cast off the wing and 
tried to get the other wing off, but they 
were too weak to loosen the nuts. They 



were gradually sinking on the starboard 
side and all staying to the portside to 
keep her righted. They saw their only 
hope was to cast off the wing, and were 
about to give up hope, when Wilkinson 
gave a yell that he had sighted something. 
At first they thought it was a submarine, 
and their only hope was that it would 
blow them up and end it all. It proved, 
however, to be a French destroyer which 
was one of the many vessels and aircraft 
that were searching for the missing plane. 
The men were in bad condition from the 
trying ordeal, but they soon recovered 
after getting back to station. Their 
plane sank a few minutes after they had 
been taken off. 

COOPERATION WITH FRENCH 

Throughout the American activities, 
there was hearty cooperation with the 
French Air Service, although for the first 
few months the French were sorely 
handicapped, due to their own pressing 
needs, in supplying motors and acces- 
sories. This cordial teamwork dates 






from the memorable visit of Marshal 
Joffre and his mission to Washington in 
April, 1917. Among the rec|uests made 
upon the American authorities -was the 
dispatch of seajjlane pilots to France to 
assist in an aerial submarine patrol. The 
French admiral of the mission was in- 
formed that American aviators were not 
available, as the out])ut of American 
planes had already been sent to Europe, 
leaving but a small number at home for 
training imqjoses, but that while we were 
sorely lacking in trained aviators we had 
a plentiful su])ply of student aviators. 
Accordingly, it was agreed that the first 
detachment of student aviators and stu- 
dent mechanics should he sent over im- 
mediately, the French admiral explaining 
that there were many schools and abun- 
dant facilities for training. U. S. Naval 
Aeronautic Detachment No. 1 was 
quickly organized, comprising fifty stu- 
dent aviators, fifty student mechanics and 
twenty-two men of the ratings of yeomen, 
cooks, bakers, hospital corpsnien, mess- 
men, etc. In the detachment were seven 




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officers of whom four were naval pilots, 
two supply officers and a doctor. 

With this force went about .50 tons of 
stores, ]Jro^'isions, clothing, canteen suj)- 
l)lies, aviators' necessities, galley and 
mess gear, tents, lumber, tools, hardware 
and whatever was ref[uired to make a 
camp habitable. The detachn.ent and 
material were sent via two colliers, the 
Jupiter, which landed at Bordeaux June 
0, and the Xe pi line, which arrived at St. 
Nazaire on June 8. U])on arrival it 
developed that the French authorities 
were quite unaware of their coming, or of 
the pur])ose for which they had been sent, 
and hence no arrangements had been 
made for their acconurodation or train- 
ing. After several conferences with the 
French ministry and the U. S. Naval 
attache in Paris, it was decided to send 
the student aviators to Tours, and the 
student meclianics to St. Raphael for 
training. It was further agreed that the 
detachment should work imder An erican 
officers commanik^d by Americans, and 
manned entirely by American ];ersonnel. 




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rather than to try to infiltrate American 
personnel into French stations. The 
detachment furnished a basis for opera- 
tion of three stations, 500 additional 
Americans ))eing needed to man them, 
performing such duties as boatmen, 
truck drivers, chauffeurs, waders, yeo- 
men, hospital corpsmen, cooks, bakers, 
stewards, messmen, etc., based upon the 
French organization plan of about 200 
men to a station of sixteen flying boats. 

The French undertook to erect the 
three stations at points to be mutually 



in bombing and in aerial gunnery. This 
plan, together with the proposal of the 
French to establish three seaplane sta- 
tions and one school, was submitted to 
Washington for approval; and on June 
21, 1917, the training was actually started 
at Tours and at St. Raphael. Dun- 
kercjue was selected as the first American 
station, because of its proximity to the 
German lines, and because of its great 
importance in preventing the coming and 
going of submarines from the German 
bases in Belgium. It was especially 




In- the II.vrbor of Bre.st, Fraxce. 



agreed u])on, to be reimbursed by the 
U. S. Navy. It develojjed, however, 
that while the ground training and pre- 
liminary instruction i}i flying at land 
stations were to be handled by the French, 
the subsequent training in flying lioats, 
bombing and aerial gunnery could not 
well be undertaken by the French, 
because of crowded conditions at their 
schools. The French thereupon pro- 
posed that the U. S. Navy establish a 
school for the finishing training of student 
aviators in French flying boats, as well as 



desired that the United Slates should 
actively engage in offensive operations 
with the Allies as soon as possible. Dun- 
kerque oft'ered this opportunity, and the 
only suital^le location for a seaplane base, 
where it was hoped our aerial patrols 
would come in contact with the aircraft 
of the enemy. 

The French were quick to see the effi- 
cacy as well as the sentimental value of 
having the other two bases located adja- 
cent to the principal points of entry for 
American troops landing in France, and 







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suggested points on the Loire and Gironde 
Rivers, and after a survey was made of 
the coast Le Croisic was chosen as the site 
for the station, as aerial patrols could 
operate for the protection of convoys 
entering the Loire River, and St. Trojan 
as the base near the Gironde River. Mout- 
chic was chosen as the site for the school. 
In the course of subsequent conferences 
with the French Ministry of Marine, it 
was developed that the French had sliort- 
comings in both personnel and materia 
These were candidly admitted, since, due 
to the mobilization by the army of every 
able-bodied Frenchman and the transfer 
to the army early in the war of all naval 
pilots, the French navy was seriously 
embarrassed in oljtaining the young men 
who were mentally, ])hysically and tem- 
peramentally qualified for successful avia- 
tors; but the French flying boats were 
superior to anything that could be found 
at that time in the United States. On 
the other side of the account, America 
had an abundance of excellent aviator 
material, as well as an ample supply of 
trucks, autos, boats and construction 



material. Conse- 
quently, a policy 
w a s adopted 
covering devel- 
0)jmentsof naval 
aviation in 
France that the 
United States 
Navy would look 
to the French 
Navy for sea- 
planes, motors, 
instruments, ar- 
mament, bombs 
and accessories; 
while the pre- 
iminary training 
of pilots would 
be conducted in 
the L) n i t e d 
States, with the 
finishing train- 
ing at French 
schools until such time as the American 
schools should be in operation, and that 
the U. S. Navy would bring to Europe 
the required quota of motors, automobiles, 
trucks, and boats, bringing over as soon 
as practicable its own construction ma- 
terial, machine tools and camp equipage. 
In August it was agreed in conference 
that the production of the English type 
of Curtiss bi-motored flying boat, an 
American develo])ment, should be pushed 
in the United States. Accordingly, the 
French asked that the Navy undertake 
the maintenance of a station at Brest 
from which to operate this seaplane, 



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which was larger, of greater radius, and 
of more seaworthy qualities than any 
French flying boats. 

At the request of the French, the U. S. 
Naval Air Service constructed and oper- 
ated a station at He Tudy to augment 
the French station near Cape Pen March, 
where the Huns were sinking a large 
number of vessels. The Navy Depart- 
ment then proposed to construct seven 
additional stations if the French could 
outfit them with flying boats. The 
French replied they could equip one 
station a month, beginning with October 
and ending with Feljruary, 1918, when it 
was expected that American production 
would be available in Europe. 

The sending over of set-up seaplanes 
would make too great a demand on the 
tonnage, and consequently the policy was 
adopted of .setting up, as.sembling and 
testing the planes in France. A base for 
this work was required and it was deter- 
mined to make it a supply ba.se as well. 
A plot of ground at Pauillac had been 
assigned as a base for patrol vessels of the 
U. S. Navy in the Gironde River, and 
this site was u.sed for the new station. 

By September the 
training of our 
pilots and mechanics 
at Tours and St. 
Raphael was com- 
pleted, and the de- 
tachment was con- 
solidated at Mont- 
chic, small parties 
being .sent thence to 
the French seaplane 
schools at Hourtin, 



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to the school of aerial fire at Cazeau and 
to the bombing school at St. Raphael. 

French railroads at that time were 
sorely overtaxed and could not be relied 
upon for the movement of freight along 
the coast. It was taking three weeks to 
make a shipment from Brest to Bordeaux, 
less than 500 miles. Being plainly evi- 
dent that with the advent of the American 
troops this situation would become worse, 
water transportation was provided when 
the French requisitioned the Meckne.s-, 
a steamer of 300 tons net capacity, and 
the Bella of 750 tons capacity was requi- 
sitioned by the U. S. Shipping Board. 
Sailing vessels were later chartered, and 
the problem of the transportation and 
distribution of stores between Brest and 
Pauillac and intermediate stations was 
solved. 

By October 1st, additional men be- 
gan to arrive from the States. Pilots 
were trained and they awaited only the 
completion of the stations and the 
delivery of seaplanes to begin operations. 
Le Croisic was first to be finished, the 
work being principally done by German 
prisoners under the supervision of Com- 
mandant Vaschalde 
of the French service. 
Dunkercjue, as we 
have stated, was re- 
tarded, due to shor- 
tage of French labor, 
and was eventually 
taken over and com- 
pleted by the x\.meri- 
cans. St. Trojan, 
similarly, was badly 
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U. S. Naval Air Station, Porto Coksixi, Italy 



shortage, abortive strikes and the con- 
tractors" inabihty to get material. Simi- 
lar conditions prevailed at Moutchic, 
which was completed with the aid of our 
own men. After many discouraging de- 
lays the stations were finally commis- 
sioned and their influence was soon felt 
in the rapid diminution of sinkings along 
the French coast. Prior to the coming of 
the Americans, the destruction of allied 
ships averaged one a day; within ten 
months after our patrols liecame active 
only three ships were lost in the jiatrol 
area between Pen Marche and He D'You, 
a 99 per cent reduction! 

The harmony which in general pre- 
vailed between the Americans and the 
French was demonstrated by the friend- 
ships built up between our men and the 
natives, as well as by the cooperation 
existing between the air forces of the two 
countries. The personnel at the Ameri- 
can stations was much larger than at the 
French stations, due, of course, to the 
depleted man power of France. This 
larger complement of men accounted for 
the better humor, higher morale, and 
consequently greater efficiency at the 
American air stations, _ 
which was noticeable 
to the French officials 
themselves. 

In the matter of 
■food, our men fared 
as well as might be 
ex])ected under con- 
ditions which then ^ 
existed in France. L 
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perishable foodstuffs, were brought from 
the United States. Fresh meats, eggs 
and vegetables were obtainable in the 
vicinity of the stations, at very high prices 
it is true, but not more than the French 
themselves jjaid. In many instances 
these supplies were obtained on French 
commissary contracts. 

OPERATIONS IX ITALY 

The part played by the United States 
naval aviators in Italy differed in several 
important respects from the operations 
already described in England and France. 
In Italy there was much more Ijombing 
and less patrol work, due, of cour.se, to 
the different methods of warfare em- 
ployed. Their sjjccial objectives were 
the enemy liases of Pola and Trieste. 

First of American naval aviators to 
operate in Italy was Lieutenant Com- 
mander ^McDonnell, who in January and 
February, 1918, made test flights in 
Caproni jilanes while on inspection duty. 
As a residt of these tests, Caproni bomb- 
ing planes were extensively used in the 
Northern Bombing Group. McDonnell, 
while visiting the Italian front at Padua, 
was the first American 
officer to make a flight 
over the Italian-Aus- 
trian front. The ob- 
jective was a German 
airdrome behind the 
0^'?i Austrian lines. INIc- 
Donnell acted as gun- 
ner on this raid, which 
was successful, it was 
afterwards learned, in 



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setting fire to a German hangar and 
destroying three or four German ma- 
chines. The raid was particularly thrilling 
from the start. The machine got away 
during an Austrian attack on the Italian 
airdrome, and had to pass through the 
Italian barrage and under the bombfire 
from the Austrians. His was the only 
machine of the squadron which left the 
airdrome. Return was made with great 
difficulty, the Austrians having mean- 
while destroyed one of the hangars and 
fourteen planes. Landing was made with 
greatest hazard, but without accident. 
For this exploit [McDonnell was cited 
for a silver medal by the Italian govern- 
ment. 

Subsequently, an American bombing 
station was established at Porto Corsini, 
a village on the Adriatic, at the mouth of 
the canal leading to Ravenna, about 70 
miles south of Venice. The principal 
objective of the American squadron was 
Pola, Austria's main naval base. During 
the Italian retreat, a temporary air 
station had been hastily established near 



Ravenna, and when the new line was 
formed at the Piave, the Italian authori- 
ties proceeded to erect a permanent camp 
at Porto Corsini, which the Americans 
took over, supplementing its equipment 
with about thirty-five Italian fljdng boats, 
which the American pilots had learned 
to operate at the U. S. Air Station, Lake 
Bolsena, Italy. While the station at 
Porto Corsini was still under construc- 
tion, the first contingent, or thirty-five 
officers and about 300 men, arrived. 
Additional pilots were added to the com- 
plement, and more men sent from the 
station at Pauillac, so that by the latter 
part of August, 1918, Porto Corsini had 
become a thriving American city, known 
to the natives and the newcomers alike as- 
Goat Island City. 

Many of the pilots had formerly been 
in the American ambulance corps and had 
later been trained in the ground school at 
Moutchic, with a flying course at Lake 
Bolsena. The station rendered most 
effective service in cooperation with the 
Italians, who were frequently in contact 






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with both land and sea machines. Night 
bombing expeditions were continuous, 
and frequently daylight expeditions were 
conducted for the purpose of distribu- 
ting propaganda and taking photographs. 
The type of planes used for bombing 
were the Italian FBA's, L-3's and Macchi 
8's, and for the chasse the Macchi 5's. 

Porto Corsini itself was subject to 
frequent bombing attacks. On the night 
of August 21-22, 1918, an attack was 
made by about ten enemy planes which 
dropped forty-nine bombs, ten falling on 
the station, the others across the canal. 
In retaliation, two M-8's, with pilots 
Ensign R. B. Read and Quartermaster 
George W. Knowles, left the station the 
same night and bombed Pola, dropping 
several bombs in the arsenal and hangars. 
This was the first night-flight from the 
American station, and the results were 
excellent. Pola was easily located, like- 
wise Porto Corsini on the return trip. 

After that, attacks and counter-at- 
tacks were continuous. An aerial com- 
bat occurred in August over Pola, in 
which the Americans gave a good account 



of themselves. A patrol of two bombing 
planes and five chasse planes left the 
station to distribute propaganda on Pola. 
Two machines had motor trouble and 
put back before the engagement. After 
dumping the reading matter over Pola, 
the fight began. The Austrians used 
their anti-aircraft guns, but with poor 
results, when five land chasse planes and 
two hj^droplanes assembled to attack 
them. Ensign Ludlow, leading pilot of 
the chasse machines, gave the signal to 
attack three Au.strians, and dived at 
them with Pilots Parker and Hammann 
following. Voorhees, a fourth pilot, was 
unalile to enter the combat because his 
machine guns jammed. The fight started 
with Ludlow attacking the center ma- 
chine, Parker one to the left, and Ham- 
mann engaged two others. Ludlow's 
engine was damaged by bullets, and 
Parker's right gun jammed. Ludlow 
started home, fighting off two machines, 
when his motor broke down due to the 
damage it had earlier received, and his 
plane caught fire. He entered a spin and 



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threw off one of the enemy, at the same 
time putting out the fire. The other 
enemy plane followed him down to 500 
meters. Ludlow landed a short distance 
from Pola, and the enemy plane returned 
to its base. Hammann saw Ludlow land, 
and after throwing off the two machines 
with which he was engaged, landed near 
Ludlow and after destroying the damaged 
machine, Ludlow returned in Hammann's 
machine, sitting on the boat directly 
under the engine. They did not leave, 
however, until they had made certain 



toward the sea. When the machine was 
about over the naval base, it started to 
turn to the right, went into a right spiral 
and crashed to the ground, landing in a 
corn patch. At the time of the descent 
the machine was flying at an altitude of 
250 meters. Both Bergen and Murphy 
died from the injuries they received. 

In accordance with instructions from 
the Italian authorities, Porto Corsini 
worked in conjunction with the Venice 
squadron in offenses against the enemy 
bases, and in carrying out these instruc- 




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that the aliandoned machine had sunk, 
firing 100 rounds at it from the air to 
complete the destruction. The men were 
badly bruised and cut up, Imt otherwise 
no injury was inflicted. All pilots re- 
turned to ba.se. 

On September 15, an unfortunate 
accident occurred in which two flyers gave 
up their lives. Ensign Louis J. Bergen, 
pilot, with Gunner Thomas L. Murphy, 
ob.server, left the station in a Macchi. 
They followed the course of the canal 



tions joint raids were made by the two 
squadrons on Pola and the Austrian 
hangars. Pola was bombed on July 17 by 
American planes, destroying four hangars 
belonging to the Austrians, and one of the 
Germans. The hattleship Babenburg was 
hit, sending her to dock for repairs. 

In August, 1918, four seaplanes, under 
the dire(^ion of Lieut. R. B. Read, made 
a flight in which the pilot of one. Smith, 
was forced toland, owing toengine trouble. 
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left wing was badly damaged, and after 
remaining in the water five hours his 
machine was sighted by an Italian patrol 
boat which towed him within 5 miles of 
the Italian coast. Another, Pilot Stuart, 
lost his direction owing to heavy mist and 
darkness. When he sighted the Austrian 
coast, thinking he was south 
of Pola, he changed his 
course due north and flew 
up the coast, sighting a 
town which was pro, 
bablyCittanuova. He 
flew over the town 
and dropped several 
bombs and after fly- 
ing over the Piave 
lines he landed at 
Venice for refuel- 
ling, when he re- 
turned to the 
station. The other 
machines continued 
northeaat and headed 
for the Austrian coast, 
near which was sighted a 
line of Italian destroyers, 
which aided them in the'r 
course by their flashes. Near the (f, //„„,•, 
Austrian coast they encountered Ad.mira 
a heavy strata of clouds at a height of 
2,000 meters. They arose to an altitude 
of 3,400 meters, which was kept while 
flying over Pola. They released four 
bombs, all of which were seen to explode, 
and although a heavy liarrage was ])ut 
up, no damage was done to the machines, 
and they returned safely to their station. 
These activities were continued almost 
daily through August, September and 
October. 

A PERSONNEL OF HIGH GRADE 

A gallant and adventurous lot of men 
were attracted to the naval air service; 
young men to whom danger was but an 
incentive to greater effort. Of all the 
fine, up-standing, clear-eyed young 
Americans who entered wholeheartedly 
into the war for the liberties of mankind. 




none were of a higher class than those who 
were attracted to the naval flying corps. 
Its hazards, as well as the boundless op- 
portunities it offered for individual en- 
deavor, appealed to them. Vice-Admiral 
Sims at the close of hostilities, in a mes- 
sage couched in the conservatism of an 
official dispatch, asked the 
Navy Department to, 
"Please express to the 
naval aviators o f 
America my most 
sincere appreciation 
of their courageous 
and loyal perfor- 
mance of duty at 
home and abroad 
throughout the 
war. Their bril- 
liant exploits, their 
determination t o 
win will ever re- 
main one of the 
highest triliutes to 
American manhood. 
The performance of 
duty of these yoimg 
naval aviators under my 
command has not only been 
in keeping with the very best 
traditions of our naval .service, but has in 
addition won for America the enthusi- 
astic praise of her allies." 

Admirals are not wont to "slop over" 
in their official correspondence; in fact 
there is some regulation against eft'usive- 
ness, so we may infer that Admiral Sims 
would, in an informal expression, be still 
more enthusiastic over the gallant ex- 
ploits and the chivalry of these young 
knights of the air. And well he may, for 
the record is re])lete with acts of heroism 
and daring. To mention all of them 
would far exceed the limits of this narra- 
tive, and to speak of a few would be .show- 
ing an unfair discrimination. Yet our 
story would l)e incomplete if we failed to 
call attention to some acliievements, for 
thev were inextricablv woven into the 



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history of the naval air service in the war. 
Take, for example, Lieut. A. L. Gates, 
whom we have mentioned. Gates was 
serving at Dunkerque when a signal was 
received that a British plane had been 
brought down by the Germans up along 
the Belgian coast, and had fallen in the 
sea within range of the German guns 
ashore. Gates immediately jumped into 
a seaplane and without waiting for assist- 
ance or for an observer or a machine 
gunner, "shoved off" at a 90-mile clip. 
Reaching the place where the British 
aviators were clinging to the wreck of 
their plane, still being the target of the 
guns on shore. Gates swooped down 
beside them, and reckless of the wicked 
Hun fire, made a skillful landing, pulled 
the three %vrecked aviators into his plane, 
soon rose and beat it back to Dunkerque, 
meeting on the way the other rescuers who 
were hurrying to the scene in planes and 
coast water craft, motioning them to go 
back to avoid the enemy gunfire, which 
by this time had gotten very angry. For 
this service Gates was awarded the dis- 



tinguished flying cross by the King of 
England. 

On October 4, Gates was one of the 
pilots in a squadron of seven Spads which 
left St. Pol airdrome with orders to patrol 
the Ypres salient over territory around 
Courtrai, Roulers, Dixmude and Foret 
d'Houthoulet — a lively part of the west- 
ern battle front at that time. After 
being out forty minutes they encountered 
about fifteen enemy aircraft, consisting 
of Fokker scouts, biplanes and a few 
triplanes. The Spads quickly dived to a 
point within the allied lines, and the 
enemy craft did not pursue them; where- 
upon, the Spads climbed and returned to 
enemy territory. Two of the Americans 
had engine trouble and returned to base, 
but the other five machines kept on. 
While flying over Courtrai at an elevation 
of 4,000 meters, a superior enemy air 
squadron was sighted — probably the same 
Fokker squadron — and the signal was 
given to dive and return to base. At the 
moment of the last dive several Huns 
were directly above them and Gates' 
machine was seen to be making a right 






vertical virage. This was the last seen of 
him, and he was given up as lost. He was 
captured and after the armistice, a little 
over a month later, was safely returned. 
Doubtless he owes his life to the fact that 
the enemy resistance had begun to 
crumble, and the Huns saw the wisdom 
of treating him with humane considera- 
tion. 

Then there was Lieut. D. S. Ingalls, to 
whom the British Air Ministry awarded 
the distinguished flying cross, with the 
comment that "His keenness, courage 
and utter disregard of danger are excep- 
tional and are an example to all. He is 
one of the finest men this scjuadron ever 
had." The feats which brought forth 
this eulogy covered an active period of 
several months bombing and fighting. 
In August he flew over the Hun airdrome 
at Varsenaere, firing 6.50 rounds with his 
machine guns into it, besides dropping 
four bombs and, although flying very 
low, the Huns were unsuccessful in 
getting him. On September 15, he made 
the Huns another call, this time at the 
Uytecirke airdrome on a low-bombing 



raid, obtaining a direct hit. On his way 
home, assisted by another Camel he shot 
down a 2-seater enemy plane in flames. 
He was a glutton for low bomb raids, for 
the citation mentioned two other trips 
in which he did good work with bombs and 
machine guns, besides helping destroy 
two enemy airplanes, and once, single 
handed, he attacked six enemy machines, 
driving one down damaged. Ingalls also 
shot down an enemy kite balloon in flames 
near Ostend. 

For thrilling experiences, we cite the 
case of Ensign E. A. Stone, a young 
American reservist, who, with Sub-Lieut. 
Eric Moore of the Royal Air Service, was 
on patrol in March, 1918, when the 
engine stopped dead, forcing a landing in 
a rough sea. The craft was without 
radio or kite to call for assistance. Two 
carrier-pigeons were released, one of 
whom refused to budge from the machine 
until Moore threw the clock at him. One 
pigeon, with the one word "sinking," 
reached home, but as they had lost their 
course their location was unknown. The 
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by the March seas, for eighty hours, 
without food or water, until finally 
picked up by a trawler. Reports mean- 
while had been sent to headquarters that 
they were lost. 

Comdr. L. H. Maxfield, of the regular 
Navy, was recommended for a gold life- 
saving medal for an exploit as unusual as 
it was heroic. The dirigible "Capitaine 
Caussin" under his command was patrol- 
ing a convoy north of Quiberon, when the 
pressure began to fall, and after making 
every effort to keep the dirigible in the 
air, she came down. Upon striking the 
water, two of the crew, Allely and Elliott, 
were thrown into the sea. They were 
having considerable difficulty swimming, 
because of their combinations, or "teddy 
bears," which greatly impeded their 
movements, and Allely called out for 
help. By this time the ship had drifted 
75 yards, but Mr. Maxfield, shouting to 
Allely to hold out, jumped into the 
sea. He swam to them, but by 
this time the dirigible was three-quarters 
of a mile away. A small motor boat 
appeared and picked them up, afterward 
coming to the dirigible and removed 
several meml^ers of the crew. The re- 
maining men were left in the ship, which 
rapidly drifted ashore. Had Maxfield 
not gone so promptly to tlie rescue of the 
two men, Allely certainly, and Elliott 
probably, would have drowned. 

For their gallantry in action near He 
Tudy, two American pilots, R. H. 
Harrell and K. R. Smith, were recom- 
mended by the French comman- 
dant for the Croix de Guerre 
A southbound coastal convoy 



was off Pen Marche when two avions 
were seen dropping bombs 2 miles to 
seaward. The destroyer Stewart left the 
escort and proceeded at full speed to 
the scene, and a French destroyer ap- 
proached from the northward. With 
the aid of planes which dropped smoke 
bombs at the spot where the submarine 
was seen from the air, the destroyer 
headed for the position, dropping charges 
as it encircled the submarine. The avions 
continued to drop bombs until they 
brought up clear water. Between the 
destroyers and the planes the Hun had 
no chance of escape. 0. E. Williams and 
H. W. Studor were the observers in the 
two planes, and rendered very efficient 
service in placing the bombs and guiding 
the destroyers. 

And so we could go on almost indefi- 
nitely, recounting exploits such as these, 
which would be recalled by the readers 
of this book as merely a part of their daily 
routine in the adventurous days of com- 
radeship and unselfish service in the 
United States Naval Flying Corps. 

Great credit is due the enlisted per- 
sonnel of the naval air service. No finer 
class of men was ever brought into a 
military force than the members of the 
crews of the air stations abroad. Many 
of these men won commissions, and still 
others rendered equally praise worthy 
service in the enlisted grades. All the 
radio operators and a great many obser- 
vers were enlisted men, and not a few 
gave a good account of themselves as 
pilots. All honor to the blue- 
jackets and marines of the naval 
aviation service! 







The Liberty Motor 

Compiled from Official Sources 



DURING the time that the produc- 
tion of airplane engines for train- 
ing was getting under way, care- 
ful thought was being given to the jios- 
sibilities of producing comhat engines 
quickly in the United States. 



At that time England was manu- 
facturing or ex])erimenting with thirty- 
seven different kinds of engines and 
France with forty-six. It seemed wise,, 
if ])ossible, for the United States to avoid 
a similar situation, with its exacting 




Engines of increasing horsepower were requirements for innumerable repair parts 
being demanded at the front, this indi- — a situation which would be compli- 
cating the early abandonment of sixes cated still further by long distance from 
and types of engines jireviously in favor, the scene of war. 

In fact, up to May, 1917, there was not There were in the United States ex- 

among the Allies any well-proved engine tensive facilities for the production of the 

with the possible exception of the Rolls- simpler forms of internal-combustion 

Royce) of a horsepower sufficiently large engine, such as those used in automobilea. 

to insure its popularity and suitability for American engineers and manufacturers 

two years. American experience with had had wide experience in designings 

large-scale production of automobile en- such engines and in producing them in 

gines had shown that two years would be quantity. American engineering talent, 

required to tool up for and to obtain a ingenuity and knowledge of design was at. 

year's output of a given engine. least equal to that abroad. 



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It was apparent that prompt action was 
necessary to meet the enormous require- 
ments for engines and spares demanded 
by the contemplated program. It was 
also clear that these requirements could 
not be met unless the automobile-engine 
industry could be mobilized for that 
purpose; furthermore, even with the 
talented organizations and experience 
of this industry, there was little chance of 
completing the task unless their efforts 
could be concentrated on one type of 
standardized engine designed especially 
to suit American quantity-production 
methods. 

After many preliminary investigations. 
Col. Edward A. Deeds came to the con- 
clusion that it was essential for the 
United States to concentrate its energies 
upon the smallest possible number of 
types of engines and to give special at- 
tention to equipment which could be 
manufactured in quantity, and which 
would be least affected by the rapid 
advances in the art. 

He considered it entirely possible to 
design and build an engine suitable for 
war purposes and adapted to American 
ideas of quantity production in less time 
than the Boiling Commission could com- 
plete its investigations and negotiations 
and send us drawings and models of 
European types that in all probability 
would be wholly unsuited to our produc- 
tion methods. He believed that the 
United States should concentrate its 
greatest effort on a tj^pe of aircraft 
engine which could be made in powers 
sufficiently high to assure continued 
usefulness for a term of years and which 
would possess the maximum degree of 
interchangeability between similar parts. 
Colonel Deeds proposed this plan im- 
mediately to his associate, Col. S. D. 
Waldon, who, after giving it careful con- 
sideration, agreed entirely with the plan. 
A few days later J. G. Vincent, of the 
Packard Motor Car Company, arrived in 
Washington and proposed substantially 
the same idea, which had been developed 



as the result of his experience with air- 
craft engines, and which had been crys- 
tallized by conferences held in Detroit 
with the French and English commissions 
then touring the United States. 

As subsequent investigation proceeded 
this conclusion received the unanimous 
support of both the American and Euro- 
pean authorities and its wisdom has been 
absolutely demonstrated by the results 
which have been attained. Colonel 
Deeds, Colonel Waldon, and Messrs. E. J. 
Hall and J. G. Vincent met at Colonel 
Deeds' apartment in the New Willard 
Hotel in Washington and considered in a 
general way the requirements which the 
engines must meet. It was determined 
that they should be built around a 5 by 7 
inch individual steel cylinder with alumi- 
num piston, forked rods, and direct-drive 
propeller, and that nothing experimental 
or untried should be used. 

Messrs. Vincent and Hall set to work 
on May 29 to combine their knowledge 
and information, and within two or three 
days they had outlined the important 
characteristics of design of the Liberty 
engine. These preliminary layouts were 
submitted to the Aircraft Production 
Board and the Joint Army and Navy 
Technical Board, who approved the 
design and on June 4 authorized the con- 
struction of five each of the 8 and 12 
cylinder sizes. Every feature in the 
design of these engines was based on 
thoroughly proven internal-combustion 
engine practice. 

Parts for ten engines were at once 
started through the tool rooms and 
experimental shops of various motor car 
companies. This work centered in the 
plant of the Packard Motor Car Com- 
pany, which most cheerfully and pa- 
triotically gave to this work its entire 
energies and wonderful facilities. 

Meanwhile the plans of the engine had 
been submitted to H. M. Crane, engineer 
of the Simplex Motor Car Company, and 
of the Wright Martin Aircraft Corpora- 
tion, who had made a special study of 








aviation engines in Europe and who for 
upward of a year had been working on 
the production of the Hispano-Suiza 150- 
liorsepower engine; also to David Fergus- 
son, chief engineer of the Fierce-Arrow 
Motor Car Company, and to many of the 
best experts in the country on the pro- 
<luction of motors. Representatives of 
many other companies, including plane 
and engine makers, machine tool builders, 
■etc., were called in; these men went over 
the drawings thoroughly and were con- 
sulted on many production features of the 
«ngine. 

From the foregoing statements it is 
•clear that the Liberty engine was not 
developed by any species of magic nor by 
any single individual or company, but 
was a well-considered and carefully pre- 
pared design based on much practical 
aviation engine experience. The prompt- 
ness with which the design was completed 
and the samples built was the result of 
complete cooperation among all in- 
terested parties. 

Fundamentals of the design of the 
Liberty engine have not been altered 



from the date of its original layout, with 
the single exception of the scupper feed 
system for lubricating the crank pins, 
Mhich was aljandoned in favor of the full 
pressure feed system of lubrication. 
Numerous manufacturing changes in 
materials, limits, clearances, etc., have 
been made to facilitate production, ex- 
actly as such changes are made in pro- 
duction of any piece of machinery. As 
time went on it became necessary to 
increase the horsepower of the I'J-cylinder 
engine from 330 to 375 and later from 375 
to -liO. These increases made it neces- 
sarj^ to increase the size and strength 
of certain parts of the engine. 

By the method outlined above the 
first 8-cylinder engine was delivered in 
Washington and set up at the Bureau of 
Standards on July 4, 1917, and the first 
12-cylinder engine was built and success- 
fully passed a 50-hour endurance test 
by August ^25, 1917. 

At first it was believed that both 8 and 
IS-cjdinder engines would be required and 
negotiations were started looking to the 
production of both sizes. The Ford Motor 





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Company agreed to produce 10,000 of the 
8 cylinder engines, but before the con- 
tract had been made information from 
abroad indicated that efforts should be 
concentrated on the 1'2-cylinder engine. 
Contracts were therefore let for '•2'2,.500 
Liberty l^-cylinder engines to six 
concerns. 

This number was sufficient to take care 
of the requirements of both the Navy and 
the Army. The first of these contracts 
was signed in August, 1917, and ])roduc- 
tion worf; started immediately. It was 
at once apparent that, to avoid delay and 
confusion, the engineering and standard- 
ization required for developing and manu- 
facturing the engine must necessarily be 
done in close proximity to the production 
plants. A district office was therefore 
established in Detroit, and James G. 
Heaslet, formerly vice jjresident and 
general manager of the Studebaker cor- 
poration, an engineer and manufacturer 
of wide experience, was ajjpointed dis- 
trict manager. At the recjuest of the 
Chief of the Engine Production Depart- 
ment an order was issued in October, 1917, 



which placed all engineering, inspection 
and production of the Liberty engine in 
charge of a committee of engineers and 
manufacturers composed of Lieut. Col. 
E. J. Hall, Maj. James G. Heaslet, 
Henry M. Leland, C. Harold Wills of the 
Ford Motor Company, and Messrs. Beall 
and Roberts of the Packard Motor Car 
Company. With them were associated 
D. McCall White, engineer of the Cadillac 
Motor Company, and Walter Chrysler, 
general manager of the Buick Company. 
Presided over by Major Heaslet, these 
men in their respective plants and in 
joint meetings pushed forward the de- 
velopment and production of Libertj^ 
engines. Each without reservation re- 
vealed all the trade .secrets and processes 
which they had developed in their plants 
during the preceding years. The Packard 
Motor Car Company gave to this develo])- 
mental work all of its ecjuipment and 
personnel. The wonderful organization 
of the Ford Motor Company was devoted 
to solving the problems presented by the 
production of this engine. The unique 
method of making a rough cylinder from 

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a piece of steel tubing, also a new method 
of making durable and satisfactory bear- 
ings, were among the extraordinary 
results of the work of the Ford Motor 
Company, and its highly skilled organi- 
zation. 

Difficulties which ordinarily would 
have been well-nigh insuperable, or which 
at least would have prevented rapid 
progress, were immediately encountered; 
for example; 

The existing motor-building plants had 
practically no machinery of sufficient 
size to handle the parts of the Liberty 
engine; it was therefore necessary to 
build and frequently to design the 
machine tools for this purpose. 

Between 2,500 and 3,000 small jigs, 
tools, and fixtures are recjuired to jjroduce 
all the parts of a Liberty engine. For 
large outputs much of this equipment 
must be duplicated many times. This 
made it necessary to requisition prac- 
tically the total capacity of all the tool 
shops east of the Mississippi. 

It soon develoj^ed that men who were 
able to make the comparatively simple 
automobile motors did not have the skill 
required to machine the parts of a 
Liberty engine; it therefore became neces- 
sary to educate thousands of men and 
women to do this work. 

A large amount of unfriendly influence 
was encountered, a considerable portion 
of which was doubtless pro-German. 
This was manifested in the tool shops, 
where many of the tools made for this 
work were found to be incorrect and had 
to be remade before they coidd be used 
in the engine-building plants. In the 
engine-building i)Iants tools mysteriously 
disappeared or became injured, cans of 
powder were found in the coal, fire-extin- 
guishing apparatus was plugged up, and 
numerous other treasonable acts were 
committed. 

As rapidly as skilled men were de- 
veloped they were requisitioned by nearly 
every department of the Government. 
The draft took a great many men, and 



their return was either impossible or was 
secured only after great delay. 

The materials required for the engines 
were frequently of a much higher grade 
than the corresponding materials in 
automobile motors and much patient 
work was required to secure their produc- 
tion. 

The procurement of necessary trans- 
portation and fuel during the winter of 
1917-18 presented difficulties which at 
times were almost insurmountable. Not- 
withstanding the difficulties encountered, 
production actually started with the 
delivery of twenty-two engines during 
December, 1917. 

The Liberty engine as originally manu- 
factured was of ajiproximately 330 
horsepower. Information received from 
overseas led to the conclusion that a 
higher horsepower would be desirable. 
Therefore, after about 300 of the.se engines 
were in production, the engineers stepped 
up the hor.sepower to 37,5. LTnder the 
additional stres.ses induced, certain parts 
of the engine, particularly the crank 
shaft, recjuired strengthening. This was 
done and several hundred engines were 
delivered at this horsepower. Then final 
and definite information arrived from 
abroad to the effect that if an engine of 
400 horsepower or more could be pro- 
duced, the L^nited States would lead the 
combatant nations in size and power of 
engine during 1918 and 1919. The engine 
was therefore stepped up by the engineers 
to 440 horsepower. This enormous in- 
crease in power necessarily required an 
increase in strength of practically all the 
working parts of the engine. This re- 
quired changes in a very large percentage 
of the jigs, tools, and equipment used in 
manufacture. It also required certain 
metallurgical changes in some of the 
parts, which in turn involved the develop- 
ment of new and better methods of pro- 
ducing steel for them. These changes in 
ec(uipment were recjuired in the engine 
plants, the parts plants, and the forging 
shops; in like manner they affected all 



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manufacturers throughout the production 
line, inckiding the producers of the raw 
metal. 

These changes were made with such 
speed and energy that by May ^f), 1918, 
one year from the date when the design 
of the engine was begun 1,'243 Liberty 
engines had been produced and delivered 
for service. 

The magnitude of this accomplish- 
ment may be realized when it is compared 
with the development of automobile 
motors. Practically no automobile motor 
of any size or importance has ever been 
put into production and into service 
without at least one year being devoted 
to its design and development. This 
time was not required for the Liberty 
engine, because its original design re- 
quired substantially no change and also 
because the best ability in the country 
was devoted without stint to its develop- 
ment and production. 

During six months, from May 29 to 
November 29, 1918, the production of 
Liberty engines increased by leaps and 
bounds; during October, just preceding 
the armistice, 150 12-cylinder engines 
were being produced and delivered into 
service on each working day. 

The record of monthly deliveries of 
these engines is as follows: 

December, 1917 22 

January, 1918 39 

February 70 

March 122 

April 41.5 

May 620 

June 1,102 

July 1,589 

August 2,297 

September 2,362 

October 3,878 

November 3,056 



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These 
follows : 

American Navy 3,742 

Plants manufacturing airplanes. , . 5,233 




Aviation fields for training pur- 
poses 907 

American Expeditionary Forces in 
France in addition to those 
which went over installed in 
planes 4,511 

Allies— England, France and Italy. 1,089 



Total 15,572 

In January, 1918, three of these engines 
were shipped to the American Expedi- 
tionary Forces. In March, ten engines 
were shipped to the British, six to the 
French, and five to the Italians. By 
June 7 tests abroad had proceeded so 
far that the British Air Minister cabled 
to Lord Reading that the excellent results 
obtained from the Liberty engine had 
placed it in the first class of high-powered 
engines, and that they were convinced 
that it would be a most valuable contri- 
bution to the allied aviation program. On 
September 26, the British Air Ministry 
reported that the Liberty performed at 
least as well as the Rolls-Royce, in iden- 
tical airplanes, and that their opinion of 
June was fully confirmed. 

Birkight, the designer of the Hispano- 
Suiza engine in France, advised Count 
Poinatowski that the Liberty engine was 
superior to any high-powered engine 
then developed on the Continent. 

The Briti-sh placed an order for 1,000 
Liberty 12-cylinder engines and subse- 
quently stated their desire to increase this 
to 5,500, to be delivered by December 31, 
1918. The French made inquiry as to- 
the possibility of their securing 20 per 
cent of all of these engines produced. 
The Italians also indicated their desire 
to purchase a large number for immediate 
delivery. 

The vision of Colonel Deeds and the 
decision to develop an American aviation 
engine has been fully and completely 
justified by the results obtained. The 
engine which approaches nearest to the 
Liberty in power and efficiency is the 
English Rolls-Royce. However, this 



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and delivers approximately 100 horse- 
power less than the Liberty. The maxi- 
mum production of the Rolls-Royce 
engine in England has never exceeded 
70 per week; the average production has 
ranged from 40 to 45 per week. 

There can be no doubt that, had the 
war continued, the Liberty engine in 
planes piloted by American, British and 
French aviators would soon have domi- 
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and America alone, had the facilities and 
the vision to produce airplane engines 
with the necessary power and in the 
necessary quantities to carry the war in 
the air into Germany's own territory. 

The Liberty engine was a development 
made necessary by war, but it has already 
proved that it will show its value in time 
of peace. This past May four Liberty's 
successfully drove the NC-4 from America 
to Europe on the first trans-Atlantic 
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Co'se Ah ain't saying Ah won't do 
Jes whut ma country want me to. 
But dey's one job Ah fo'see 
Ain't gwine to teach itself to me — 
Uh, uh! Not me! 

Dat's dis heah aihrplane stuff — No, Boss, 
Ah'll bah some othah kind ob cross 
Lak drive a mule, er tote a gun, 
But Ah ain't flirtin wif de sun — 
Uh, uh! Not me! 

If ah mus' do a loop-de-loop 
Let mine be "round some chicken coop; 
It ain't gwine be up whah de crows. 
Kin say Ah's trompin on deer toes — 
Uh, uh! Not me! 

It sho' look sweet. Ah don't deny, 
To be a-oozin' 'round de sky, 
But dat's fo' folks dat's in de mood, 
Not fo' me tho' cose Ah's shrewd — 
Uh, uh! Not me! 

Down heah Ah firs' saw light ob day 
Down heah am whah Ah's gwine to stay; 
Folks, Ah don't keer to hab ma feet 
Git too blamed proud to walk de street — 
Uh, uh! Not me! 





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Operations with the Fleet 



AVIATION played a part in the long 
vigil kept by the Grand Fleet. In 
this respect the British Navy had 
made great advances, by the develop- 
Bient of the seaj^lane carriers, a vessel 
with a flush deck from stem to stern, 
enabling the returning planes to land on 
board without difficulty. Nothing ap- 
pears above the deck of the.se ves.sels, 
except a small deck house, which disap- 
pears when the planes are about to return. 
The British had some four or five of these 
carriers, strange looking craft, with their 
stacks protruding from the sides. Of our 
own battleship force, the Texas alone was 
equipped with airplanes, and that only 
a short time before the armistice. 

It was not until the winter months 
following the armistice that the American 
Na\'y utilized effectively the planes for 



control of great gun fire. Lieut. Com- 
mander E. 0. ]\IcDonnell, who made a 
brilliant record on both the western and 
the Italian fronts, particularly in bombing 
and night raiding, conducted experi- 
ments in fire control at Guantanamo, 
Cuba, which demonstrated the great 
value of aircraft in battle practice. Here 
also the Tf.ra.y was u.sed in making the 
experiments. She was equii)ped with a 
small two-.seater and two single-seaters, 
and a false deck was constructed on the 
turret, with removable planking over the 
guns themselves, which \\'as taken away 
when the large guns were fired. The 
single .seater was intended for short 
range scouting and fighting, the two- 
seaters being used for reconnaisance, fire 
control and spotting. While the fleet 
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A Floating Aerodrome. 
H. M. S. "Furious" on a Zeppelin strafing expedition. 



similarly equipped, and flights were made 
from both of these dreadnaughts. Land 
planes, however, were used during the 
tests of fire control of the Texas, when 
ten 14-inch guns fired salvos on a range of 
20,000 yards, the maximum elevation of 
the guns. Lieutenant Commander Mc- 
Donnell controlled the fire by means of 
both radio telephone and telegraph, using 
the telephone first, immediately followed 
by the telegraph signals. Every spot 
received from the ship was immediately 
acknowledged from the plane. The firing 
was done in the open sea under weather 
conditions that were favorable, but with 
a great deal of interference from smoke 
from the stacks of the .ship, which at one 
time was so bad that the targets were 
lost to view from the tops. Indeed, after 
the third salvo the targets were totally 
obscured, and reliance was made entirely 
upon the control from the planes. The 
average time for the transmission of the 
message was five seconds from the sea- 
plane to the plotting officer, which period 



could with practice, have been reduced it 
was believed, to two seconds. As this 
was the first occasion when any naval 
vessel had depended entirely upon tele- 
phone communication from a seaplane or 
airplane for target-practice spotting, the 
results were most gratifying to the gun- 
nery officers who watched the tests with 
the keenest interest. Of special im- 
portance was the fact that communica- 
tions were accurate both ways, in both 
receiving and sending. The flight was 
not made from ofl^ the Texas because of 
the uncertainty as to the recjuired amount 
of wind, and the low-powered airplane 
used, although it later developed that 
there was sufficient wind to have made the 
flight from the turret with safety, and 
without delaying the target practice. 

Jteturn landings were made on the 
beach during these tests. Three methods 
of return were possible; to the beach, 
on the water near the ship, or on 
board the ship. When landings were 
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wheels were released by the tripping gear 
of the planes, the air bags were imme- 
diately filled, and the craft would float 
safely for twelve hours if necessary. 

Both types of machines were equipped 
with radio sets, but only the two-seater 
had the apparatus necessary for both 
sending and receiving. The single-seater 
could send but could not receive. 

KITE BALLOONS 

During the operations of the battleship 
force in the North Sea, one vessel in each 
division of the U. S. battle squadron 
was equipped with kite balloons. 
They were used to some extent for 
fire control, but their principal duty 
was to look for submarines, torpedoes and 
mines. They were also used by the 
ships of the convoys while traversing the 
submarine zone, and to some extent by 
our destroyers. Trawlers operating in 
the submarine zone were also supplied 
with kite balloons. It is planned to 
equip at least one ship in every four of 
the battle fleet with them. 

THE FLEET AIR DETACHMENT 

Another development which has come 
since the war ended is the organization 
of a fleet air detachment, with the U. S. S. 



Shawmut as parent ship and carrier. This 
vessel rendered valuable service during 
the war as a mine-layer, being part 
of the force operating in the North 
Sea in laying the celebrated mine 
barrage which did so much to break the 
submarine menace, and destroy the 
morale of the Hun undersea pirates. 
After her return from this duty, she was 
equipped as the mother-ship of the fleet 
air detachment, consisting of a squadron 
of large seaplanes, which may be used for 
reconnoisance, for scouting, for bombing 
submarines and mines, and for attack 
by bombing on any enemy position where 
anti-aircraft guns are not used. Their 
principal duty, however, is scouting and 
spotting. The squadron consists of five 
of these seaplanes. The Shawmut carries 
gasoline and spare parts, and acts as a 
tender to the air squadron. She will 
operate with the fleet in the battle 
manoeuvers, in which the air detachment 
will doubtless, in the future, play an 
important part. 

During the cruise to the West Indies 
the Shawmut and the fleet air detachment 
accompanied the fleet, making many 
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By Commander L. H. Maxfield, U. S. X. 




IGHT E R - T H A X- 
AIR, while being the 
youngest tiranch of 
the Xaval profession, 
has had the greatest 
rate of progress. Two 
years ago we had 
practically nothing; 
now we have some of 
the best non-rigids in existence, and 
our pilots, though far from numerous, are 
e(|ual to any in the world. While it is, 
of course, a fact that war has been the 
great incentive, we may still hope to keep 
up a good rate of progress, and in time 
equal, in quality at least, the lighter- 
than-air craft of Germany and England. 
What has Ijeen done by the Xavy in the 
past two years nuiy be siunmari/.ed in a 
few brief paragra])hs. The ship built by 
the Connecticut Aircraft Comjwny made 
but a few short flights, then went out of 
commi-ssion forever, so had very little 
good effect upon personnel or material. 
The kite balloons tested out on the U. S. 
S. Oklahoma and Nerada in the fall and 
winter of 191(!-1917, proved that good 
spotting could be done from this tyi)e of 
aircraft, but little interest, unfortunately, 
was aroused in the department, so that 




they were soon ordered off the ships. 
Xext, in the .spring of 1917 came the 
orders for the first small blimps, modeled 
after the lines of the British. The Good- 
year Tire and Rubber Company built the 
first envelopes, and Curtiss the Xacelles. 
About the time the first ship was to be 
delivered, a class of students was started 
in Akron. This was in June, 1917, and 
during that summer the students took 
their free balloon cour.se, their aerostatics, 
their meteorology, as well as their regular 
naval .studies. The dirigibles were flown, 
but the envelopes were constructed of 
such poor material that they could not 
be kept inflated more than a week. Hence 
to get the maxinuun benefit out of the 
ships during their .short lives, they were 
used twenty-four hours a day. 

In the early fall of 1917, the first con- 
tingent of naval lighter-than-air officers 
and men was sent to France, and in 
Xovember and December regular war 
patrolling was done in the French ships 
at Rochefort and Paimboeuf . In January, 
1918, all hands were assembled at Paim- 
boeuf and a start was made in cleaning, 
rebuilding and enlarging that station, 
which was later completely taken over 
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Meanwhile, students were sent from the 
United States to England for training, 
and some of these were later given im- 
portant billets under the British and per- 
formed valuable and efEcient war service. 
Paimboeuf continued to grow and im- 
prove until the signing of the armistice. 
Active patrols were carried out and en- 
gagements with enemy submarines were 
reported. 

Guipavas, the American dirigible sta- 
tion near Brest, was practically com- 
pleted when the armistice was signed. 
This station did, however, do active 
flying and, at the time of the President's 
first arrival at Brest, the station sent out 
two ships to escort the George Washington 
into port. Kite balloon stations had been 
established all along the coast of France, 
and good work was being done by the 
pilots. 

In the United States active work had 
been carried on at Chatham, Montauk, 
Rockaway, Cape May, Hampton Roads, 
Key West, Pensaeola and Akron. Officers 
had been given Ground School training 
at Tech, and flying training at Akron 

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and Pensaeola. Important patrols and 
experimental flights were made both by 
kite balloons and dirigibles. The Tech- 
nical Bureaus of the Navy Department 
had pushed rapidly ahead, had con- 
ducted valuable research work and had 
turned out the "C"-type ship; so it can be 
seen that abroad and at home interest was 
growing in lighter- than-air craft, and much 
good work was done. 

The necessity for lighter-than-aircraft 
for the Navy is now fully realized by 
strategists, and work to provide our 
Na\'y with lighter-than-air craft is being 
pushed by those in authority. The 
General Board has for many years 
realized the importance of this sort of 
craft, and has recommended their con- 
struction time and again. The work 
done by the German Zeppelins in patrol- 
ing and scouting over the North Sea, and 
the effect of the British lack of rigids, 
has brought this necessity home. To the 
popular mind the Zeppelin did not make 
good in the war. This opinion is based 
wholly upon the results of the raids over 
England, in which many ships were 
lost. Admitting that these raids were 
on the whole unsuccessful, although they 
most certainly did keep a great number of 
British heavier-than-air craft in England 
that were sorely needed at the front, and 
most certainly did at one period keep the 
people of London, to say the least, under 
a nervous strain, we do know that a 
constant and efficient patrol was kept 
over the North Sea which could not have 
been kept by any other type of water or 
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It is proposed from now on to have the 
following types of lighter-than-air craft. 
These may never be placed in quantity 
production, but certainly will be used and 
experimented with: 

Free Balloon. — There is nothing new 
about this. It has been used since 1783, 
and its use will be continued. There is 
nothing better in which to train kite or 
dirigible students, and, by some, free 
ballooning is looked upon as the greatest 
sport in the world. 

Kite Balloon. — This will be used by the 
Na\'y for search, and possibly for spotting. 
The Army will certainly continue to use 
it for the control of fire, and other uses 
will most surely be forthcoming. Two 
distinct types are now recognized — the 
French Cacquot and the Italian Avorio- 
Prassone. 

Non-Rigid. — This type, in various 
sizes, will always have its use in the Navy 
for patrols, search, and convoy duty, and 
will continue to prove a most useful unit 
of the Naval forces. It is doubtful 
whether land forces will be able to derive 
much benefit from it. However, that 
remains to be seen. 

Rigid. — This will be the greatest of all 
aircraft, and will revolutionize all naval 
strategy and tactics. 

No one realizes the limitations of 
lighter-than-air craft better than those 
who work constantly with them. They 
are not the ones who see small rigids 




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Rescue at Sea. 

taking the place of yachts, nor do they 
see daily scheduled trips for passenger 
and freight being carried out this year. 
They leave that sort of propaganda to the 
stock sellers and to the editors of popular 
aviation magazines. What they do see, 
however, as the scout of the future, is a 
rigid of somewhere between five and ten 
million cubic feet capacity, filled with 
some inert gas, driven by reliable gaso- 
line, steam, or electric motors, capable of 
staying out two or three weeks, with 
guns sufficient to fight off any fighting 
plane, and bombs sufficient to wreck a 
battleship. It is quite useless to at- 
tempt to make the real surface craft man 
believe that some day the slow moving 
battleships and cruisers will be of little 
use, but most certainly the day is fast 
approaching when such will be the case. 



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Production of Spruce for the Navy 



By F. M. smith, Lieutenant, U. S. N. 
(In Charge of Spruce Production for the Nary) 

Few of us have given more than a passing thought to the many problems of forced production 
which had to be successfully met before any aggressive aviation policy could be even seriously con- 
sidered. But for the initiative and ability of the men who silently shouldered these responsibilities 
in the background of the war, American aviation could not have been the potent factor for victory 
which it proved to be. 

The story of the production of spruce lumber for the construction of the Navy's aircraft tells of 
a difficult task undertaken in the face of many discouraging obstacles and of hard work carried on 
throughout a season of severe New England weather. Experience had shown that spruce of a very 
high grade was the only material perfectly suited to the manufacture of many airplane parts. Sub- 
stitution of other woods in the place of spruce had never been successfully accomplished, and when 
tried was usually accompanied by failure of the plane in action. The pre-war construction of air- 
craft had been very small and spruce of sufficient quality and quantity had been easily obtained. 
This normal supply, however, was totally inadequate to meet the demands of war-time construction 
and for many months constantly jeopardized our entire aviation program. — Editor. 



IN DECEMBER, 1917, it was ap- 
parent that on account of the enor- 
moiLS demands for airplanes both at 
home and abroad the Spruce Production 
Section of the Army, which had absohite 
control of .spruce production in the west 
and south would be imable to produce 
sufficient material to meet the demands. 
It was, therefore, considered extremely 
doubtful if the Navy, which was forced 
to purchase airplane .spruce through the 
Army, could oV)tain the recjuisite material 
for the proper maintenance of its building 
program. As an insurance against the 
non-receipt of sufficient airplane stock 
from the x'Vrmy to carry out the building 
program, steps were immediately taken 
to develop the as j'et unexploited re- 
sources of New England and New York 
State for production of white spruce. 

While it was recognized that material 
of the size of that obtained in the west 
could not be .secured from New England, 
very good cjuality material of small size 
could be manufactured and the material 
was considered at least the equal in both 
size and quality of that obtained in the 



south by the Army and by the British 
Government. 

A representative of the Bureau of Con- 
struction and Repair who had formerly 
been on duty in New England as Timber 
Inspector and who was thoroughly familiar 
with lumber conditions in that district, 
was sent to New England on December 
20, 1917, to investigate the situation, 
ascertain the possibilities of the district 
as a source of sui)i)ly, and make arrange- 
ments for issue of contracts, preparation 
of specifications and methods of inspec- 
tion and shipment. 

Lumbering conditions in New England 
differ radically from those in other sec- 
tions of the country as there are no 
lumber associations and no standard 
grading rules, and it was therefore neces- 
sary to interview all the different opera- 
tors and arrange for individual contracts. 

The highest grade of lumber produced 
in New England for commercial jjurposes 
was a grade called "Clear and No. 1," 
and only 20 per cent of this top grade was 
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A great deal of patriotic enthusiasm 
was aroused among the New England 
operators. In spite of the immense dis- 
tances to be traveled to interview the 
different manufacturers, and the difficulty 
of traveling in New England during the 
winter months in order to visit the dif- 
ferent mills, practically every large 
operator was personally interviewed and 
satisfactory agreements as to specifica- 
tions and contracts drawn up, such con- 
tracts issued by the Bureau of Supplies 
and Accounts to cover 100 concerns. 
Inspection and shijjment of material 
commenced by January 19, 1918. Con- 
tracts were made to allow for the i)urchase 
of all the material which could be pro- 
duced in accordance with the specifica- 
tions for a jjcriod of six months, inspec- 
tion to be made at the mill by a repre- 
sentative of the Navy Dci)artment as the 
material left the saw. 

The Office of Spruce Production for the 
Navy was established with head((uarters 
at Boston to handle all matters con- 
nected with the production and shipment 
of .spruce, and at the 
time of the signing of 
the armistice 121 con- 
tracts were in force 
covering operations 
at 37.5 mills. Con- 
tracts were so drawn 
that cancellation was 
effected immediately 
upon the signing of 
the armistice without 
the necessity of reim- 
bursement for cancella- 
tion in advance of com- 
pletion. The amicalile 
cancellation of c o n- 
tracts on November 11, 
1918, was estimated to 
have saved the Govern- 
ment $473,028.03, the 
value of 4, .572, 845 feet 
of lumber which would 
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had the contracts been allowed to rure 
to expiration. 

The obtaining of sufficient competent, 
in.spectors was a difficult job, as the mills. jl\, 
operate ten hours per day necessitating 
working by artificial light for four hours 
per day on an open platform with the- 
temperature often 40° below zero, and the 
material often covered with snow and ice- 
No ordinary inspector from an aircraft 
factory could or would perform such 
duty, and inspectors had to be recruited 
from the mills. This necessitated de- 
tailed instruction regarding quality of 
material desired and in the finer points-- 
of wood inspection. 

The entire territory, including Maine,. 
New Hampshire, Vermont, New York and_ 
the Canadian Provinces of Ottawa,. 
Ontario, New Brunswick, Quebec and 
Nova Scotia, were divided into districts,, 
each district being numbered and embrac- 
ing .several mills, between which facilities, 
for travel were fairly well established. An 
ins])ector was detailed to each district, 
with an official stani]) bearing the dis- 
trict number. In this 
way objectionable .slii])- 
ments could be easily 
traced. 

The first shipments, 
were naturally not up 
to standard, but in- 
spection rapidly im- 
proved until during the 
latter part of lOlS' 
better material w a s 
being produced than 
was being received from 
the west. Out of the- 
entire British order of 
over 3,000,000 feet, un- 
favorable report was 
made on only nine cars 
after its receipt in Eng- 
land, and only 5 i2er 
cent of the contents of 
the nine cars was re- 
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loads were traced to an inspector who 
had been released for incompetency. 

Special operations were undertaken 
during 1918 for production of airplane 
stock from especially fine stands of spruce 
by culling all the choice logs from the 
river drives of the big pulp and paper 
companies and having them specially 
sawn. 

Early in the spring of 1918 the British 
War Mission sent a representative to 
New England to determine if the quality 
of spruce being produced was suitable for 
their purposes, and as a result of a favor- 
able report, contract was entered into 
for shipment of 1,000,000 feet. The 
quality of the stock was found so satis- 
factory that an additional contract was 
entered into for 3,000,000 feet of the same 
material. The Imperial Munition Board 
immediately attempted to develop the 
Canadian Provinces along the lines 
adopted by the Na^jy in New England, 
but without success. 

A representative of the British War 
Mission and a representative of the Im- 
perial Mimition Board then thoroughly 
investigated the activities of the Navy in 
New England and reported to the Im- 
perial Board that it would be an extremely 
difficvilt, if not impossil^le matter, to 
establish an organization of the efficiency 
of that of the Navy in New England. 
Consequently they decided to turn over 
to the United States Navy the develop- 
ment of the Canadian Provinces with the 
understanding that a fair percentage of 
the material would be supplied the 
British Government at cost price. 

In addition to the development in New 
England for the production of spruce, the 
Office of Spruce Production for the Navy 
located and developed sources of supply 
of tough northern-grown bending ash, 
which was found absolutely necessary for 



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airplane construction. Over 560,000 feet 
of this material were inspected and 
shipped to various naval establishments 
during the fall of 1918. 

In September, 1918, the labor situation 
as regards lumber operations was very 
acute in New England, and it was ap- 
parent that unless relief was obtained, 
lumber operations would practically cease. 
New England operators failing to obtain 
assistance from the Labor Board, re- 
quested help from the Office of Spruce 
Production. Special employment agencies 
were established and operated under their 
supervision for the proper allocation of 
the men, and as this source of supply was 
not found sufficient, negotiations were 
opened with the Army for the assignment 
of limited service men for this duty. 
Arrangements were finally made for the 
allocation of 2,000 men from camps in the 
middle west to the New England mills. 
The entire transaction of obtaining these 
men and transporting them from camp to 
the mills and their return to camp upon 
the signing cf the armistice, was handled 
by the Office of Spruce Production for the 
Navy. Every man so allocated was 
returned to camp or satisfactorily ac- 
counted for. 

The economy effected by this work was 
consideral)le; grade "A" spruce, for 
example, costing the Navy $125 per 
1,000 feet to produce, while the same 
grade previously purchased from the 
Army cost $667 per 1,000 feet. The 
magnitude of production reached may 
be seen from the following summary of 
shipments from January to November, 
1918: 

To the British 3,807,000 

Overseas for Caproni Machines 230,000 

To the French 200,000 

Army 708,382 

Navv 2,265,120 



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Developments of Aerial 
Photography 



As a result of experiments extending 
over a period of several years, the 
United States naval air service 
developed what is believed to be the best 
aerial hand-held camera constructed in 
America or by the Allies during the war; 
a camera which embodies all the good 
qualities of several other designs which 
were manufactured here and abroad to 
meet the requirements of the aerial pho- 
tographers of all allied countries. 

Aerial photography in the U. S. Navy 
dates from June, 1915, when a second 
class machinist's mate was detailed for 
photographic duty at the naval air 
station, Pensacola, for the purpose of 
obtaining record photographs of yard, 
construction, aircraft experimental work. 



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etc. In the following March, aerial 
photographs taken of a dummy fort at 
Fort INIorgan were used in connection 
with the long range firing by the U. S. S. 
New York and the U. S. S. Arl-ansas. 
Upon his return from this detail, the 
photographer recommended to Capt. 
Mark L. Bristol, USN, then director of 
aviation, that a long-range aerial camera 
be developed for use in great gun target 
practice, in order that more detail might 
be secured in photographs taken from 
high altitudes than was possible with the 
cameras they had at that time. 

Accordingly several camera manufac- 
turers were interested in the project, and 
by the following December a camera had 
been constructed for the Navy, which 





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stood a satisfactory test at an altitude of 
6,100 feet over Pensacola, although the 
lenses were not all that was desired. 
Tests of aerial cameras of several types 
were continued during the ensuing 
months, with varying results, until the 
development of the naval camera, which 
is recognized to be the most com])lete 
among all the machines that were used 
by the allied air services. At the time 
of the armistice, the naval air service had 
about perfected plans whereby photo- 
graphic negatives made of the enemy's 
battle craft, harbors and fortifications 
could be developed by the naval photo- 
grapher in the seaplane while in flight 
en route from the scene, and a print dis- 
patched by a pigeon within ten minutes 
after the ])hotograph was taken! A great 
deal more in the nature of advanced 
photographic experimental work was in 
contemplation for the furtherance of 
naval aerial warfare, but which cannot be 
disclosed now. 

Training of aerial photographers began 
with the detail of a naval photographer to 
the army school of aerial photography at 
Langley Field, Hampton, Va., in Novem- 
ber, 1917, for a course of instruction. 
Upon graduation he passed an examina- 
tion for commission and was appointed 
ensign in the reserve force, whereupon 
he was sent to Miami, Florida, for the 
purpose of establishing a similar school 
for naval photogra])hers. This school 
was put in commission in April, 1018, and 
in June the first group of naval photog- 
raphers, consisting of nine trained men. 



went abroad for duty at the various 
United States naval air stations. At the 
same time several trained photographers 
were sent from the school to stations in 
this country. 

The course at the school of aerial pho- 
tography covered a larger field than that 
of the army school; instead of confining 
the instruction to aerial photography 
alone, several phases of the profession 
were taught, and upon completing the 
course, the graduates were competent to 
perform whatever record photographic 
work might he rerjuired at a Naval air 
station, or on board a warship carrying 
aircraft, in addition to aerial photographic 
map-making. 

By the time hostilities ceased, the 
trained personnel of aerial photography 
in the naval service comprised nine photo- 
graphic officers (all ensigns, Naval Reserve 
Force), seventy-seven printers and ten 
machinist's mates, the latter being camera 
repair men; of this force, forty-two were 
abroad, or were en route to France. The- 
first class of twenty photographers was 
formed from among candidates who had 
pas.sed a competitive examination among 
reservists at New York. The second 
class came from Great Lakes training 
station, and the remainder were recruited 
from civil life or through individual 
examinations at the various stations. The 
instruction of camera rei)air men was con- 
ducted at the factory in Rochester, where- 
the machinists were taught the con- 
struction of cameras, their repairs and- 
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By Lieut. R. Emerson, U. S. N. R. F. 

HOW CAN Ihe many dangers en- 
countered })y aviators be mini- 
ized to the greatest degree of 



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safety ? 

Upon this problem has been centered 
the inventive genius and talent of many 
intrepid pioneers of aerial navigation not 
only in the United States but in every 
country in which the development of 
aeronautics has made any ajjpreciable 
progress. After the war cloud had de- 
scended upon the earth and aerial war- 
fare became a reality instead of a thrilling 
chapter by Jules ^'erne, the problem of 
lessening the dangers of aerial combat 
became acute, resulting in a coordina- 
tion of effort which advanced safety 
devices and appliances for aircraft to a 
degree that leaves one si)eechless with 
wonder and admiration at the patience, 
scientific skill 
and acumen 
of those re- 
sponsible for 
making the 
lanes of the 
air almost as 
safe as the 
macadamize d 
road for the 
automobile. 

Return i n g 
to earth with- 
out mishap is 
contingent up- 
on the avia- 
tor's skill as a 
pilot, upon the 
proper func- 
t i o n i n g of 
engine and the 
correct opera- 




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tion of the comjjonent parts of the craft. 
Every stage in the manufacture of an 
airplane is the equivalent stage of mak- 
ing the jdane safe for flight. Safety is the 
primary consider ition ; but when the throb 
of the motor is silenced by a bullet froman 
enemy machine gun, or likewise if the gas 
bag of a dirigible is badly torn, the 
navigator of the air is compelled, as 
Julius Caesar says in his commentary, 
"to seek safety in flight." It is then 
that the parachute comes into its own. 

The operation of the parachute is 
familiar to almost everyone. Ask a 
child to describe a parachute and he will 
mentally picture a jjygmy-like figure high 
in the clouds clinging to a slowly descend- 
ing opened umbrella. Devotees of county 
fairs have long been familiar with the 
parachute descent from the old fire- 
balloon as the 
thrilling and 
breath- taking 
event of the 
day. 

The para- 
chute is really 
the only prac- 
tical aerial 
life-saver. It 
appeared a 
century ago 
coincidentally 
with the ap- 
pearance of 
the first suc- 
cessful fi r e - 
balloon. The 
evolution of 
the parachute 
has been a 
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provements upon the basic ideas con- 
ceived at that time. Descents by para- 
chute in the earher days of its develop- 
ment were resorted to only in cases of 
the greatest emergency, for so uncertain 
was the possibility of making a safe land- 
ing that it was deemed almost as safe to 
take one's chances with the burning 
balloon. As a consequence no appre- 
ciable progress in the development of 
the parachute as a practical aerial life- 
saving device was made until a gener- 
ation or so ago. 

It may be said without fear of contra- 
diction that to America is due the credit 
for developing parachuting to the point 
where it is now a science and indeed a 
practical life-saving device for the pilot 
of lighter-than-air craft. Since the war, 
experiments by both the Navy and the 
Army have indicated that the time is not 
far distant when the utility of the para- 
chute for heavier than air machines will 
be manifest. 

In the days when parachuting was 
regarded as a particularly hazardous 
stunt, that intrepid pioneer, Maj. Thomas 
S. Baldwin, popularly known as Tom 
Baldwin, set out to develop a safe para- 
chute. For many years he gave demon- 
strations throughout the United States 
and Europe, demonstrating the practica- 
bility of the parachute. Major Baldwin's 
efforts did much toward arousing a 
popular interest in free ballooning and 
parachuting. 

Then as suddenly as a bolt of thunder 
from a clear sky the great war came 
upon a surprised world, and it was very 
soon realized that aircraft of all kinds 
would play an all-important role in the 
great conflict. It was many months, 
however, before any of the belligerents 
equipped their aircraft with parachutes, 
while in the meantime hundreds of men 
in the air service were lost as their 
machines and balloons fell in flames or 
were shot down. Allied and enemy war 
lords then fully realized that the mastery 
of the air would achieve the ultimate 



victory. How could this great advantage 
be gained if there was no insurance against 
the loss of the only men skilled and 
equipped to carry on this work after 
months of arduous training? A para- 
chute must be developed which will cut 
down the heavy casualties of the air, was 
the decision of those in charge of the aerial 
program. We can better afford to lose 
planes and balloons than we can to sacri- 
fice the lives of the men whose skill alone 
gives the command of the air its potential 
value. 

With these outstanding facts forming 
the basis for concerted action no time was 
lost in devising and manufacturing in large 
quantities a type of parachute at once 
eSicient and safe. A degree of develop- 
ment in parachuting was attained in 
time to bear an important influence on 
the value of aircraft in the war. 

The type of parachute developed for 
war purposes was an improvement on 
the older one-man type, used to permit 
men in the basket to descend in case the 



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balloon caught fire, in that the balloonists 
were enabled to remain in the basket, 
which, cut away from the burning bal- 
e loon, descended safely to earth bearing 
I ' its load of human freight. This is known 
,|> as the basket parachute, and made 
I j I possible the saving of maps, records and 
>*: instruments of great value and of poten- 
I tial danger should the basket fall into the 
f 1 hands of the enemy. The basket para- 
i I chute is considerably larger in diameter 
1 ' ' than the one-man or individual type, and 
those who have made descents by means 
of both declare that the only sensation 
'!. caused by the basket drop is merely the 
Jl pleasurable thrill of slow and gradual 
\{ descent, very similar to an elevator ride, 
1 1" while with the individual type one must 
7 ' jump out of the basket and undergo the 
' j , hair-raising sensation of a suspense of from 
.*, >! three to six seconds, which seems like an 
][• eternity, the period elapsing from the 
j) moment the pilot jumps over the edge of 
the basket until the parachute, umbrella- 
like, opens up. 
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is significant, that during the entire time 
in which iVmerican forces operated on 
European soil during the recent war, only 
one death resulted as the direct result of 
a parachute drop. In that particular 
instance the burning balloon fell directly 
upon the opening parachute, setting it on 
fire and causing the observer to fall to 
earth. That the parachute proved its 
value in lessening the number of air 
fatalities is demonstrated by the fact that 
one observer jumped to safety four times 
in one day, while another made three 
safe descents in four hours. During the 
historic Argonne drive thirty parachute 
jumps were made by allied aviators. 
Without these safety devices, not only 
would the lives of many brave and valua- 
ble airmen have been lost, but valuable 
data, maps, records, etc., would have 
fallen into the enemy's possession, mak- 
ing it necessary for allied leaders to 
reshape long thought out plans. 

Naturally more than one type of 
parachute resulted from the concentra- 
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~which caused stili another problem, 
"Choice of the most desirable type. There 
were the Baldwin, the Stevens and a few 
other American types; at least a half- 
dozen French makes; the Spencer and 

lllii "Guardian Angel," both of British make. 

Kt'ul '^^^^ United States Navy has experi- 

|i[|| mented with all these and a number of 

f^Yjl others. 

I; \]l To Lieut. J. Keily, USN, is due the 

credit of making the first parachute jump 
in the American navy. This test was 
made in England, in October, 1917. 
Later jumps were made in the United 
States from balloons, dirigibles and planes. 

II '^ j 1 II During the period of war naval experi- 
^1^'k mental pilots also worked with the Army 

I 1 )j in the effort to develop a parachute which 
'in Tfif would be as nearly perfect as scientific 

''^''jjl and inventive genius could devise. 

//f On March 30, 1918, the basket para- 

fl 1] chute was tested in the Navy for the first 
y^ time. An observer descended from a 
Ijalloon in the basket, together with maps, 
instruments, etc. The very next day the 
French army, hundreds of miles away, 
made its first successful experiment with 
the same type parachute. The American 
parachute was designed by Bankston, 
who made the first test, while J. R. 
Gammeter, of the B. F. Goodrich Com- 
panj% designed the release mechanism, 
which was a lever by means of which the 
Lasket with all its contents could be 
released from the burning balloon. 

Among the many foreign models pur- 
chased by the American Navy and ex- 
perimented with in this country while 
army and navy experts were actively 
studying the parachute question in Europe 
are the Usuelli and mobile Italian types. 
In Italy an iVmerican naval aviator 
jumped from a huge Italian dirigible, 
using an Usuelli parachute, into the 
Mediterranean Sea 1,400 feet below, 
carrying with him a small pneumatic 
life-boat (designed by Major Leone) 
which he successfully u.sed upon landing 
in the water. 

In June, 1918, the navy began experi- 



mental work with parachutes as applied 
to seaplanes. On August 4, 1918, Maj. 
T. Orde Lees, AFC, RAF, successfully 
demonstrated the popular British para- 
chute, "The Guardian Angel," by drop- 
ing from a swiftly moving HS-^ flying 
boat, piloted by Lieutenant Barron. 
Almost a year before this the Germans 
had made successful tests of the i)ara- 
chute as a life-saving device for airplanes. 
This spurred the Briti.sh to greater effort. 

The war not only served as a medium 
for advancing the development of all types 
of aircraft to a degree which in pre-war 
days could not have been foreseen by e^'en 
the most hopeful air enthusiasts, but at 
the same time carried forward with an 
equal rapidity of advancement the de- 
velopment of the parachute as a life 
saving device for airplanes as well as 
balloons. 

The Navy Department is now experi- 
menting with a type of parachute de- 
signed by Airplane Inspector Coughlin, 
of the Bureau of Construction and 
Repair, which is said by experts to hold 
great promise as a still further degree of 
parachute development. The Coughlin 
parachute is designed for use on balloons 
and dirigibles. The most efficient para- 
chute for heavier-than-air craft, accord- 
ing to expert opinion based upon more 
than 200 successful tests, is the British 
"Guardian Angel." Experimental work 
on all types is being pushed rapidly, and 
imjjortant improvements in design and 
application are now in jjrocess of develop- 
ment . 

Among the new phases contemplated 
is a reduction in size of parachutes used 
over water because of the need of one that 
is small, light and more easily stowed on 
heavier-than-air craft. This is declared 
to be practicable, as a plunge can safely 
be made into water with far greater 
velocity than a drop to land. Still 
another contemplated improvement is a 
parachute which is independent of any 
connection with the aircraft to facilitate 
its opening. Test after test has proven 




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that most of the acci- 
dents occurring result 
from failure of the i)ara- 
chute to open in suffi- 
cient time to check the 
fall of the flier before 
he hits the earth. There 
are two main causes 
which, in the case of the 
ordinary parachute, ac- 
count for a delay or an 
entire failure to open. 

The first is that the aperture at the 
apex of the body acts as a very efficient 
air ejector, and the suction creates a 
partial vacuum within. When the weight 
of the airman first comes on the rigging 
it pulls the cords together, and if, by any 
fatal chance, the silk gussets at the 
mouth of the parachute should overlap 
and be pressed together by the opposing 
current of air, the vacuum extends to 
the mouth, sucks the silk gussets together 
and seals up all entrance of the external 
air. A parachute in such cases never 
opens, and the aviator falls to certain 
death. 

The second main cause accounting for 
the failure of the parachute to open is 
entanglement of the rigging, which is 
composed of fine coiled cordage. A 
large number of coiled cords are in con- 
tact and they have a strong tendency to 
become entangled. When the weight of 
the descending aviator makes a snatch 
at this cordage, all bunched together, the 
least air current will whip these cords 
round each other, with the imminent 
risk of their loops taking a grip and bind- 
ing themselves in knots. A partial 
entanglement of rigging means a lop- 
sided parachute body, and a dangerous 
increase in the speed of descent. A 
badly knotted entanglement means con- 
striction of the mouth of the parachute, 
and a high speed fatal fall. 

In the past a type of parachute was 
used which was connected with the 





balloon or airplane in such a way that 
the force which breaks the parachute 
and its human load away from the 
ciaft also serves the purpose of 
effecting the opening of the para- 
chute. It soon became ap- 
parent, however, that under 
certain conditions, partic- 
ularly in modern war- 
^^i fare, it would be prefer- 

able to have a type en- 
4;f tirely independent of 
any such connection 
^ between aircraft and 

^* parachute. It is upon 
such types among others 
that experts are now centering 
their efforts. 

The development of a para- 
chute which reduces the hazards 
of the air to an absolute min- 
imum is now being sought. In Great 
Britain the Air Ministry has created 
a special Parachute Committee. The 
important work done by the United 
States Air Service at the experimental 
field, Choisy Le-Roi, in cooperation 
with the French Section Technique at St. 
Cyr, Chalais-Meudon and Villacoublay, 
will be carried on in the United States. 
The navy, which has made many success- 
ful tests, is preparing to carry on the good 
work along definitely laid-out and well- 
conceived plans. The present policy 
of the na-^y in regard to parachutes can 
be summarized thus. 

One parachute for each member of the 
crew of dirigibles because of fire danger; 
for observation balloons, in case of enemy 
attack; for heavier-than-air planes when 
subject to attack, or when special cir- 
cumstances warrant. 

That the work done by the pioneers in 
this dangerous and thrilling field formed 
one of the most exciting chapters in the 
war and constitutes one of the most 
important phases in the development of 
aeronautics is conceded by all who have a 
first-hand knowledge of the many ele- 
ments of personal danger involved. 



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NC-4 a:nd NC-1 a 



The First Trans- Atlantic 

Flight 

By Lieut. Comjiander A. C. Read, U.S.N. 



THE expedition which resulted in the 
NC-1 crossing the Atlantic was 
planned and engineered by the 
Na\'5^ Department; all of the personnel 
were acting under orders. There was 
doubtless hardly a single naval aviator 
that would not have given most anything 
he possessed for the privilege of going. 
The eligibles, however, were not as 
numerous as is generallj^ thought, for the 
flyers for this trip were selected from those 
unfortunate ones who had seen no over- 
seas duty during the war. 

The original plan was to send all four 
NC's over, but when NC-1 was partially 
wrecked by dragging her moorings in a 
gale, and going ashore, it was at once 
seen that all four could not be prepared 
at the time scheduled for the start. The 



hull of Number 1 was then assembled with 
the upper works of Number 1 and the 
combination designated NC-1. 

The ships detailed to assist the flight 
were of three classes: "base ships," five 
in number, carrying supplies and aviation 
personnel, sent to the ports where stops 
were scheduled; "Meteorological ships," 
five battleships, stationed at points about 
400 miles off the courses, to obtain meteo- 
rological data; and "Patrol" or "Station 
ships" consisting of sixty-eight destroyers 
placed at 50 mile intervals wherever the 
line of flight led over the open sea. Later 
five other destroyers M^ere placed by the 
Commander Destroyer Force on a line 
tween Lisbon and Cape Finisterre, so 
that the total number was seventy-three. 
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ships necessary to fuel the destroyers. 
In short, the Trans- Atlantic Flight was 
distinctly an "All Navy" project. 

All three planes started together from 
Rockaway on May 8th. NC-4 was 
forced doT^Ti 80 miles off Cape Cod by 
motor trouble, while en route to Halifax, 
and finally taxied into the Naval Air 
Station, Chatham, the following morning, 
NC-3 and NC-1 meanwhile reaching Hali- 
fax and later going on to Trepassey Bay, 
Newfoundland. NC-4, after making re- 
pairs at Chatham, was held up six days by 
a "northeaster," but finally the weather 
moderated in time to fly to Halifax and 
then to Trepassey before the others 
started. 

The day following her arrival the three 
planes started together in the late after- 
noon for the Azores. At dark, finding 
that it was impossible to maintain forma- 
tion, they separated, each making the 
best of its way along the course. 

The next morning when still al^out 250 
miles from the Azores, a dense fog was 
encountered which nearly l)ro^'ed the 
undoing of all three planes. Both NC-3 



and NC-1 eventuallj^ landed, hoping to 
locate themselves. They found the sea 
so rough that all hope of getting up again 
was abandoned; in fact, the crews had 
considerable difficulty in staying afloat. 
The crew of NC-1 was picked up by a 
tramp steamer, six hours after landing, 
the plane later sinking. NC-3 sailed 
stern-first for about 200 miles until off 
Ponta Delgada, then started up her 
engines and taxied into port, after weath- 
ering nearly sixty hours of gale and waves 
as high as 30 to 40 feet. Nobody 




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except those who went through the 
experience will ever realize how they did 
it. No one previously had thought it 
possible. 

NC-4 was fortunate enough to sight 
land and reached Horta, Fayal, the morn- 
ing after leaving Trepassej^; then a few 
days later, as soon as the weather per- 
mitted, ran the 150 miles to Ponta 
Delgada in order to fuel up for the 800- 
mile run to Lisbon. 

NC-3 was too badly battered to con- 
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dismantled and sent back to the States; 
she is now being thoroughly overhauled 
and will fly again. 

NC-4 left after a week of waiting for 
sea and weather conditions to moderate. 
The run to Lisbon was made without 
particular incident. Later she continued 
on her way to Plymouth, England, stop- 
ping in the Mondego River for minor 
repairs and again at Ferrol, Spain, to 
spend the night; this was necessary, due 
to the delay experienced at the Mondego 
River. 

All of the European cities visited were 
most enthusiastic about the flight and 
e\-erywhere the crews were treated as 
distinguished guests. The Portuguese 
awarded them their highest decoration, 
that of the "Tower and Sword"; the 
British awarded them the Royal Air 
Force Cross; banquets, receptions and 
"what-not" were in order. It was a con- 
tinuous ovation. And later the same was 
true in this country. 

It seemed very strange that the suc- 



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cess of a naval expedition should create 
such excitement, but the whole world 
seemed to regard this flight as a feat of 
individual daring rather than a carefully 
thought out government project. The 
object of the flight was attained; that of 
gaining information concerning the sea- 
planes and their operation over long dis- 

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tances at sea and that of adding to the 
prestige of naval aviation and the Navy 
at large. And although we were disap- 
pointed that all three of the seaplanes did 
not reach Lisbon, more valuable informa- 
tion concerning the seaplanes themselves 
was obtained by the failure of NC-3 and 
NC-1 than by the success of NC-4. 



Left Rockaway 

iVrrived At sea — off Chatham 

Left Chatham 

Arrived Halifax 

Left Halifax 

Arrived Newfoundland 

Left Newfoundland 

Arrived Horta Fayal 

Left Horta Fayal 

Arrived Ponta Delgada, San Miguel 

Left Ponta Delgada 

Arrived Lisbon 

Left Lisbon 

Arrived Mondego River, Portugal 

Left Mondego River, Portugal 

Arrived Ferrol, Spain 

Left Ferrol, Spain 

Arrived Plymouth, England 



Time 
a.O^p.m.— 8 May 
6.53 p.m.— 8 May 
1.07 p.m.— 14 May 
5.10 p.m.— 14 May 

l^.SSp.m.— 15May 
9.39 p.m.— 15 May 

10.05 p.m.— 16 May 
l.'-23p.m.— ITMay 

n.39 p.m.— 20 May 
2.24 p.m.— 20 May 

10.18 a.m.— 27 May 
8.01 p.m.— 27 May 
5.29 a.m.— 30 May 
7.21 a.m.— 30 May 
1.38 p.m.— 30 May 
4.47 p.m.— 30 May 
6.27 a.m.— 31 May 
1.26 p.m.— 31 May 

Total 



Distance 


Elapsed time 


sea miles 


in air 


284 


4 hrs. 51 min. 


355 


4 hrs. 03 min. 


474 


6 hrs. 23 min. 


1,206 


15 hrs. 13 min. 


153 




153 


1 hr. 45 min. 


786 


9 hrs. 43 min. 


134 


1 hr. 52 min. 


237 


3 hrs. 09 min. 


487 


6 hrs, 29 min. 


4,116 


53 hrs. 58 min. 



Note : On water 2 hours and 23 minutes not included in elapsed time. 

A'C-3 Crews iYC-4 



Comdr. J. H. Towers, USN, Commanding 
Comdr. Holden C. Richardson, C. C, 

USN. 
Lieut. Comdr. Robert A. Lavender, L^SN. 
Lieut. David McCulloch, USNRF. 
Boatswain Lloyd R. Moore, USN. 




Lieut. Comdr. Albert C. Read, USN, 
Commanding 

1st Lieut. Elmer E. Stone, USCG. 

Lieut. James L. Breese, USNRF. 

Lieut. Walter Hinton, USN. 

Ensign Herbert C. Rodd, USNRF. 

CMM Eugene S. Rhoads, USN. 
NC-\ 
Bellinger, USN, Commanding. 



Lieut. Comdr. P. N. L 
Lieut. Comdr. Marc. A. Mitscher, USN. 
Lieut. Louis T. Barin, USNRF. 
Lieut, (j.g.) Harry Sadenwater, USNRF. 
Machinist Rasmus Christensen, L^SN. 
CMM (A) C. I. Kesler, USN. 

Lieut. Comdr. R. E. Byrd, USN., and Lieut. J. B. Rhodes, 
USNRF., went as far as Newfoundland. 







I 



The Homing Pigeon 

A Fearless Messenger in Time of War 

By Lieut, (j.g.) J. J. McAtee, R. F. 



ALTHOUGH a descendant of 
feathered family which has 
nished the whole world with 
commonly 



that 
fur- 
a 
accepted emblem of peace, 
the homing pigeon of today has proven 
itself to be really a bird of war, as the 
part it has played recently on land and 
water, has been of great military value 
to the governments it served. 

The pigeon has established - itself not 
only as a carrier that can be trusted to 
faithfully and fearles.sly perform its 
mission Init it delivers its messages with 
a speed almost equal to that of the 
wireless. 

The heliograph, telephone, telegraph 
and wireless — the principal means of 
comnuuiication used during the recent 
war — all have one great weakness. [Mes- 
sages so transmitted are as clear to a 
watchful enemy as they are to the friends 
for whom the message is intended. 
Special cor])s of experts for the intercep- 
tion and interpretation of enemy mes- 
sages were maintained by all of the 
belligerents and much important data 
was secured by both sides concerning 
location and intentions of enemy units. 
Carrier pigeons alone carried messages 
silently, swiftly and directly to the parties 
for whom they were intended, and enemy 
bullets dispatched to interrupt their 
flight seldom stopped the.se faithful 
couriers. 

In the Navy the pigeon did important 
scout duty along the sea coast and proved 
a sure means of communication between 
air pilots and their stations. They were 
also carried by practically every patrol 
boat operated in European waters, and 
in many instances were instrumental in 
bringing aid that saved the lives of crews 



after their ships had been torpedoed by 
submarines. 

The establishing of pigeon lofts at 
the various naval air stations was not 
.seriously considered until February, 1918. 
Since that time fourteen lofts at the 
following stations have been completed 
and ecjuipped with pigeons: Chatham, 
Rockaway IJeach. Bay Shore, Ca])e ^lay, 
Anacostia, D. C; Hampton Roads, More- 
head City, Miami, Key West, Pensacola, 
San Diego, Coco Solo, and Great Lakes. 

Upwards of 000 pigeons were trained 
at the above mentioned stations and 
previous to the signing of the armistice 
there were more than 2, .500 trained 
pigeons in the U. S. Naval Air Service 
abroad. The.se birds performed ad- 
mirably when it is considered that they 
were all in their first year of training. 

An idea of their efficiency might be 
gained from the records of the work done 
by the birds at Pauillac, where a comple- 
ment of .seventy-eight birds delivered 
698 messages in one month — 219 of these 
messages being of an urgent nature, sent 
by seaplanes down at sea. 

Since the historic occasion on which a 
dove carried to Noah unmistakable 
evidence that the flood was subsiding and 
land and a safe harbor were not far dis- 
tant, the pigeon has been proving its 
utility and versatility and its unques- 
tioned ability to serve man in many 
extremities. There is a case on record 
of a navy air pilot doing patrol duty 
on the coast of France who completely 
lost his bearings when his compass failed 
him. After aimlessly wandering around 
for some time, this pilot thought of the 
two pigeons he carried. He quickly 
liberated the birds and followed them in 



ff'! 



r 





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S'* 



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their flight. They guided him safely 
back to his station. 

Messages to be carried by pigeons are 
written on small blocks of onion skin 
paper. The message is then rolled into a 
small pellet and inserted in a light alumi- 
num container which is strapped to the 
bird's leg. As the pigeon needs light to 
guide his flight it is not possible to use 
them at night nor in heavy, foggy 
weather. The distance a bird will ac- 
comphsh depends largely upon its indi- 
vidual training and capability. In the 
second year of training, however, a bird 
should be able to travel up to 500 miles 
with accuracy, and 200 miles has been ac- 
complished by birds in their first year of 
training. 

The very nature and importance of the 
work entrusted to these winged mes- 
sengers has given them numerous op- 
portunities to distinguish themselves in 
the military and naval service. Hun- 
dreds of stories of their accomplishments 
have been recorded and many of the 
birds have won world wide fame. A few 
examples of the nature and value of the 
work may be determined by the follow- 
ing extracts from records on file in the 
Navy Department. 

One instance is that ensuing when a 
British patrol boat was attacked early 
one morning by a German submarine. 
The vessel was torpedoed and rapidly 
began to sink. The skipper, however, 
had time to write a brief message, roll up 
the scrap of paper and attach it to the 
leg of a pigeon before the shattered craft 
sank under his feet. Just in time he 
threw the bird into the air and within 
the next minute he was struggling in the 
water clinging to a bit of wreckage. By 
this time the U-boat had risen to the 
surface the crew quickly discovered 
the pigeon and opened fire on it with 
rifles. The skipper, struggling in the 
water saw that the bird had been hit and 
gave up all hope of rescue. 

However, he failed to consider the 
plucky nature of the bird and the tre- 




^i 



m,^^^.^^^:=?^- 



mendous power of its homing instincts. 
Some 20 miles away the pigeon alighted 
on the deck of a patrolling destroyer, its 
silvery gray plumage speckled with blood, 
one of its wings crippled and the tail 
feathers completely shot awaJ^ The 
bird was quickly carried to the com- 
mander of the destroyer who took the 
message from its leg and three minutes 
later the destroyer was speeding to the 
rescue, with her wireless filling the air 
with news of the enemy's location. In 
less than an hour the survivors of the 
sunken vessel were safe on board the 
rescuing ship. A game little bird had 
saved their lives. The pigeon later 
recovered from its wounds and resumed 
its place on the "active" list. 

A seaplane of the Royal Naval Air 
Service got into trouble at sea and tossed 
its pigeons into the air at 7.24 a. m. The 
pigeon reached its loft at 8.00 a. m. with 
this message: "Am down off North 
Goodwin; light vessel; very rough sea." 
At 8.04 a patrol boat was on its way 
to the rescue. 

On another occasion a pigeon reached 
its loft carrying the following message: 
"Down at Nieuport; compression tap 
blown off; radiator empty; filling up with 
salt water and will return as soon as 
possible." Another seaplane was sent 
to the rescue but w^as unable to discover 
the disabled machine. Five days later 
the seaplane's second pigeon homed with 
a message written in German, dispatched 
from the German seaplane station at 
Zeebrugge. It read: "English machine 
and ])ilot Cooke are prisoners. Observer 
Crothers dead." 

At a certain seaplane station in Flan- 
ders early one morning a pigeon was seen 
to dive from the clouds and enter its loft 
hurriedly. The thin piece of tissue paper 
carried in the small cylinder on its leg 
read: "Potvin, shot down 10 miles N. N. 
E. Nieuport; one Hun down; my tanks 
shot; French destroyer on its way; send 
fighters. Graham." 

At the seaplane station this meant 






p 



'Y. 



that Flight Lieut. R. Graham, who had 
left that morning on special patrol duty, 
had encountered enemy aircraft, that a 
seaplane had been shot down whose 
pilot was, he thought. Flight Lieu- 
tenant Potvin, that a German machine 
had also been shot down; that shots had 
pierced his own tanks; that a French 
torpedo-boat destroj^er was approaching, 
and that more combat seaplanes were 
needed at once. 

Five minutes later another pigeon 
homed with this message: "Shot landed 
O. K.; down 10 N. N. E. Nieuport 
Potvin. I shot one down but he did 
not crash. My tanks are no good, can't 
chmb. French T. B. D. on its way, send 
more fighters quick. Graham." 

Eighteen minutes later a third pigeon 
homed with a message from another 
member of the patrol. "Am shot down, 
hit in tank and radiator. Rogers dead. 
I am unhurt. Please send help at once. 
Paine." 

This was from Flight Lieut. L. I. Paine 
whose observer was Lieut. Rogers. 

Seven minutes later a fourth pigeon 



reached the air station with this message : 
"Machine turning over to port. Have 
jettisoned everything; am on wing tip; 
sea calm; machine has seemingly steadied. 
Nothing in sight. I think the machine 
will float for a long time. Land bus just 
made one circuit, but I don't think he 
saw me. If machine sinks I will swim 
to buoy close by. Rogers was killed 
instantly, wound in head. Paine." 

Two seaplanes were sent to guide a 
French torpedo boat destroyer to the 
scene. They located the damaged plane 
8 miles from Nieuport. They had just 
reached it when a German submarine 
and four German torpedo boat de- 
stroyers arrived and shortly after a 
French motor lighter and a small craft, 
zigzagging madly to avoid the courtesies 
of the German submarine. 

Lieutenant Graham reached home 
safely with his machine, which was taken 
in tow by one of the patrol ves.sels. 

That ends the story. It all happened 
in one-half hour and a few feathered 
friends of the human flyers had carried 
the messages that made the rescue 
possible. 



ff'-y 



c-^?=^^ 



"THE EYES OF THE NAVY" 



Oh, it's up thru the clouds. 

And away from the crowds, 

We go fjying on the wings of the morn, 

And the sun, he's just risin' 

O'er tlie eastern liorizon, 

And we feel we are glad we were born. 



Hidden the squalor, 

The filth and the wallor. 

Of man-made cities and towns. 

It's good to be there, 

In the rarified air. 

Far from such sights and sounds. 




With the engine a-roarin; 

.\way we go soarin" 

And the exhaust sparks go flying by. 

The wires all a-singin' 

Up we go swingin' 

Just to say how-de-do to the sky. 

The earth like a picture, 

A beautiful mixture, 

Of yellow and purple and gold. 

As pure and clean, 

."Vs an idealist's dream 

Or the heart of a prophet of old. 



And all that's betwixt us. 

And a fall that will fix us. 

Is spruce and some doped cotton cloth. 

But it's the game, it's the game, 

And honor and fame, 

That attract like the flame to the moth. 



We came from the hills. 

The cities and mills, 

And we put on Uncle Sam's green. 

We're the Eyes of the Navy, 

And if we don't go to Davy, 

We'll tell of the sights we have seen. 

— Ensign Alfred Curtis Wilson. 






in ilemoriam 



HE died as he had willed to die, 
A warrior of the embattled sky, 
AA ho deemed his life's work hardly done 
Had he not struck the godless Hun; 
Struck with the ardent strength of youth 
For Peace, for Liberty, for Truth, 
For every gift that makes life dear. 
That men might live devoid of fear. 
That Mothers, with their babes in arms 
Secure, may dwell, from wars' alarms. 
That the young wife with eager care 
Her spouse's evening hour prepare, 
That children at their school or play 
Be no more blood-mad German prey. 



'I X sweetest youth full well he died 

•^ Fighting to stem the Huns' red tide. 

Offering as sacrifice to Heaven 

The dearest gifts to mankind given — 

His love's young dream, his school girl wife. 

His boyhood's home; Oh! cruel strife 

Calling the boy at manhood's brink 

The fiery cup of War to drink. 

Dauntless he grasped the fatal cup 

Nor faltered to its deepest sup; 

Hurling defiance at the foe. 

The German beast, the World's worst woe. 

Brave boy, he willed no better end. 

Than home, than friends, than wife, defend 

To heed the call of Lafayette, 

Of Noble France's bloody sweat 

His fair young face upraised to Heaven 

For these, resigned his life, God given. 

Glad was his life, and great his death. 




Nor faltered to his dying breath 
Oh! gentle boy but light we weighed 
The greater part your death portrayed 
To our dull minds; while no^^' we mourn 
All that was j-ou, unduly borne 
To mysteries unfathomed deep 
Where sleep our heroes — where you sleep. 
Midst France's sons, in France's breast. 
So doubly honored, doubly blest. 

TO the far eons while the sun 
His burning cycles daily run 
Your name shall live in France's name, 
America's undying fame, 
In Belgium's dauntless few who stood 
Checking the hell-loosed German brood; 
Where Britain's sleepless bulwarks ride 
Sweeping the Huns from every tide. 
Where Italy, true to her fame. 
Withstood the hordes of sin and shame. 
Graved is your name — 'mongst heroes all. 
Who sprang like falcons to the call, 
Of Country, Liberty, of Right 
At the high dawn of Freedom's fight. 
Sleep, gentle boy, where heroes sleep. 
In France's earth — nor shall we weep. 
Knowing the glory of your end 
For France, for Lafayette our friend. 
Bearing aloft the blazing brand 
Of freedom from our Western Land. 
Teaching the World with proud last breath. 
America was true to death. 

— Samuel W. B. Hosford. 




Adams, Harry E Lieut, (j.g.) Oct. 5, 191f 

Adams, Hugh .lAfOBS Ensign May 5, 1919 

Aldex, Spexcer T Ensign May 4, 1918 

Andeh.sox, Walfred a Electrician Oct'. -Zi, 1918 

AxDEHSox, Wallace C Seaman Oct. 30, 1918 

Andrews, J. F Ensign July 13, 1918 

Ashley, J. Wm Lieut, (j.g.) May 19, 1919. 

Baker, Clax-de A Seaman Dec. 5, 1917 

Bahnett, Lester A Quarterma.ster Aug. '22, 1918 

Barr, Chapix C Lieutenant Sejjt. 29, 1918 

Barrett, T. W Quartermaster July 1, 1917 

Barrox, H.UiOLD C Ensign April 29, 1919 

Barry. E. B En.sign August, 1918 

Behan, Wm. J Student Officer July 12, 1918 

Bell, A. M Ensign Feb. 28, 1919 

Bell, C. A Feb. 23, 1918 

Bennett, J. W Boatswain March 2, 1918 

Bexxett, Thos. Hexry Quartermaster Oct. 20, 1918 

Berger, Frederic k G. B Lieut, (j.g.) April 29, 1918 

Behgix, Lolis J Ensign Sept. 15, 1918 

Bishop, Doxald G Student Officer Feb. 16, 1919 

Blair, A. B. Jr Ensign June 18, 1918 

BooRSE, A. L Ensign Aug. 21, 1918 

BosE, Herman Quartermaster Nov. 23, 1917 

BouRXiQUE, Joy C Ensign Sept. 24, 1918 

Brice, Miltox D Ensign Jan. 22, 1919 

\\]l][\ Buchaxas, J. S April 27, 1919 

M I i|) BuRNES, John Irvixg Quartermaster Oct. 2-t, 19l8 

t T^T'I BrTLER. Thos. J Lieutenant Aug. 21, 1918 

Will Campbell, Dale Verx Ensign Aug. 22, 1918 

MM) Canfield, Herbert E Student Officer Aug. 26, 1918 

-'W'ih Catchpole, Harry G Ensign Sept. H, 1918 

Ti' ! \ (j Gate, Lawrence H Ensign Oct. 9, 1918 

%illh Chapix, M. J Quarternia('ter April, i. 1918 

SthV Ghilds, Wm. McKinley Machinist 

III j! Ghurciiill, James L Student Officer 

-1 i ' 4 ■ < 'lark, James Ensign 

7f(| r'^ll <'lark, Robert F Ensign 

I', I I; Clemens,t j. r Ensign 

"* i!'A.'' Goggins, Lawrence Quartermaster 

I'M I i! GctREY, Harold Bedford 

I Grailie, Gharles C Ensign 

i I . Grosscdp, W. F Ensign 

Crowe, Edmund J Seaman 

D.AViDSON, Delozier Ensign 

Delahanty, Michael 

Douthitt, Raymond Edwin Gunner 

Draper, W. M. Thos Ensign 

Dyer, Jay N Ensign 

Easterwood, J. L Lieut, (j.g.) 

Eatox, Thos. Windell Student Officer 

Ehrke, a. Fy Machinist 

Eichelberger, Ed. G Quartermaster 

Ellis, Albert E. K Lieut, (j.g.) 

Elwood, Samuel W Student Officer 

Evans, G. B Ensign 

F'azio, Ghas. J Machinist 

Fisher, Raymond R Machinist 

P'enton, Jos. J Aug. 13, 1918 

Fisher, Lorm H Student Officer Sept. 21, 1918 

E'lieshman, Charles Electrician Aug. 2, 1917 

Fowler, Francis M Ensign May 17, 1919 

Fraley, Guy B Student Officer Aug. 12, 1918 

Frothingham, Philip B Ensign Sept. 14, 1918 

Gianster, j Quartermaster May 18, 1918 

Gendran, B. Lamcox Gunner Mar. 29, 1918 

Gerhardy, Theo. W Student Officer Nov. 2,3, 1918 

C.iBBS, John F Lieutenant Oct. 27, 1918 

Goggins, James L Quartermaster Aug. 11, 1918 

Goldman, P Quartermaster August, 1918 

Goodspeed, Pearson, Jr Student Officer Oct. 7, 1918 

Grassel, a. G Gunner May 20, 1919 

GR.A.Y, James J Student Officer Jan. 18, 1919 



Chatham 

Moutchic 

Abroad 

Dunkirk 

France 

Cape May 

St. Trojan 

Bay Shcjre 

Hamptiui Rds. 

Fisliermans Island 

Cape May 

Rockawa.y 

(ape May 

Ravenna, Italy 

Miami 

Pensacola 

Brest 

Pensacola 

Pensacola 

Pensacola 

Liverpool 

Abroad 
Miami. Fla. 
Cape Ma.y 
Pensacola 
Dunkirk, France 



Aug 


29, 1918 


Pensacola 


Jail. 


28 


Hampton Rds. 


Aug 


21, 1918 


Brest, France 


Oct. 


8 1918 


Paris 


Aug. 


11, 1918 


Porto Corsini 


Ma\ 


5, 1919 


Rockawav 


Ma\ 


27, 1918 




July 


7, 1918 


Moutchic 


Dec. 


26, 1917 


Pensacola 


Aug. 


22, 1918 




Feb. 


23 


Eishermans Island. 


Sept 


21, 1918 


Gallup's Island 


Mar 


2.5, 1918 


Pensacola 


May 


17, 1919 


Pensacola 


May 


20, 1919 


Coco Solo 


Apri 


5, 1918 


Key West 


Juh 


15, 1919 


League Is., Pliila. 


Feb. 


27, 1918 




July 


25, 1919 


Coco Solo 


Sept 


10, 1918 


Mass. Inst, of Tect 


May 


31, 1918 


Miami, Fla. 


Mar 


16, 1918 


Pensacola 
Dundee, Scotland 



Pensacola 
Chelsea 
Bay Shore 
Pensacola 
Pensacola 
St. Inglevert 
Dunkirk 
Miami, Fla. 
Key West 
Schoondijk 
Porto Corsini 
Flanders Coast 
Chelsea 

Pensacola 




I^^amc Rank Killed 

GnsTAv Machinist May 19, 1919 

Halstead, K. H Quartermaster July 31, 1917 

Hammaxx, Charles H Ensign June 14, 1919 

Hammond, Kensey J., Jr Student Officer Mar. 21, 1919 

Hahtel, Orein Francis Machinist Aug. 21, 191 

Haevie, L. S Boatswain Feb. 28, 1918 

Heer, Hugo Julius Quartermaster Oct. 13, 1918 

Hobby, Roy Law Machinist Feb, 28, 1919 

HoGAN, John Lee Quartermaster 

HoLLEY, Miles Henry Quartermaster Aug. 22, 1918 

HoMEii, Joseph W Ensign Nov. 9, 1918 

Honeywell, A. D Ensign Jan. 18, 1919 

HosKEN, Wm. Stanley Machinist Oct. 27, 1918 

Hough, F. W Quartermaster Mar. 1.3. 1918 

Howard, John G April 27, 1919 

Hynson, Heney P Feb. 2.5, 1919 

Johnson, Claude Raymond Quartermaster Oct. 22, 1918 

Jones, MER^VYN Clyndee Student Officer Aug. ], 1919 

Jilian, Wm. H Student Officer Oct. 28, 1918 

Jaegle, Wm. C, Je Machinist Aug. 25, 1918 

Jones, Thos. Owen Ensign Sept. 2-t, 191 

Keadass, C. S Ensign Feb. 27, 191 

Kneeland, Leonaed L Quartermaster Aug. 20, 1918 

Kenip, Edward C Machinist July 1,191 

Kruegee, Chas. Edwaed Electrician July 31, 1918 

Lamport, Nathan H Seaman Sep"t. 3, 1918 

Lee, Benjamin Ensign Oct. 12, 1918 

Lendehman, W. B., Jr Lieutenant Oct. IC, 1918 

LiMGARD, Eric Ensign Oct. 29, 1918 

Lohges, Robert J Ensign Oct. 12, 1918 

McCalla, R. C Student Officer May 10, 1918 

McCarthy, Thos. Carroll Ensign Sept. 25, 1918 

McCormack, Ralph R Ensign Feb. 7, 1919 

McCoRMicK, A. A Lieutenant Sept. 29 

McKinney, Dooley O Machinist Oct. 4, 1918 

McKiNNON, Thos. Neil Ensign Aug. 20, 1918 

McLean, Jasies Thos Oct. 5, 191 

MacLeisch, Kenneth Lieutenant Oct. 14, 191 

McMahon, Ambrose B Student Officer Oct. 28, 1918 

McMeekin, .L\mes W Machinist Oct. 10, 1918 

MacNaughton, L. M Ensign Mar. 13, 1918 

McVeigh, John J Quartermaster Aug. 23, 1918 

Mandville, Gaeeett T Student Officer August 12, 191 

Manley, G. E Machinist Aug. 22, 1917 

Marshborn, D Quartermaster May 18 

Martin, Van M Student Officer Oct. 21, 191 

Mayo, Henry Carl Machinist Oct. 31, 1918 

Miller, Samuel, Jr Quartermaster Oct. 21, 191 

Mingle, D. B., Jr Ensign Feb. 7, 1919 

Monteith, R. Howard Lieutenant Aug. 25, 1919 

Mutty, Louis L Student Officer July 9, 1918 

Murphy, J. G Ensign Oct. 18, 1918 

Murphy, Thos. L Ensign Sept. 15, 1918 

Nelms, Frank, Jr Lieutenant Oct. 27, 1918 

Nelson, Clarence A Machinist Mar. 20, 1918 

Newman, Frederick A Machinist Aug. 24, 1918 

Nichols, A. L Ensign Aug. 21, 1918 

Norman, Harvey C Lieutenant Oct. 22, 1918 

O'Day, Daniel H May 19. 1919 

0'Gorm.4n, Matthew E Quartermaster Aug. 20, 1918 

O.STRIDGE. C. L Lieut, (j.g.) Mav 19, 1919 

Page. P. W Ensign Dec. 1 7, 1917 

Palmer, Clyde N Ensign Sept. 14, 1918 

Parker, Bradsteeet Student Officer Sept. 21, 1918 

Peecival, Charles Edward Student Officer July 17, 1918 

Perkins, Reger Conant Seaman Mar. 14, 1918 

Pero, Donald 'C Machinist Aug. 25, 1918 

Perry, L. A Ensign April 13, 1918 

Petersen, Heter Andreas Lieut, (j.g.) Dec. 4, 1918 

Peter.son, Carl C Ensign Oct. 4, 1918 

Poland, Clarence J July 12, 1918 

Potter, Stephen Ensign April 25, 1918 

Pou, Edwin S Ensign __ Oct. 28, 1918 








Name Rank Killed 

PuLLiAM, Haeold A Ensign April 4, 1919 

Read, C. S Ensign Feb. 20, 1918 

-Ritchie, David Mav 7, 1919 

Kedman, Wm. Fhedehick Machinist Aug. 21, 191 

-Reed, Curtis S Ensign Feb. 27, 1918 

Reed, Ciias. E Ensign Aug. 16, 191 

Reid, Geoffhey L 

Rice, Charles B Student Officer Sept. 27, 1918 

Richardson-, Jesse Machinist Aug. 22, 1918 

RrcHTER, George Quartermaster Dec. 7, 1917 

Richardson, Robert E Electrician Oct. 11, 1918 

RiES, Fred E Ensign Nov. 10, 1918 

Riley, Frank William Ensign Oct. 12, 1918 

Ritchie, Davie Mav 17, 1919 

RoBEx, D. B Captain Oct'. 27, 1918 

RoBiNsox, H. A Ensign Mar. 31, 1919 

RoEiiRiG, Harold L Ensign -.-li- July 1.5, 1919 

Rdtledge, Davxe Horton Ensign Feb. 7, 1919 

Saufly, R. C Lieutenant June 9, 1910 

Saunders, Stewart Benton Ensign Sept. 2i, 1918 

Schneider, Anthony Student Officer Sept. 22, 1918 

ScHERDiNG, Walter Tips Student Officer Oct. 20, 1918 

Scott, W. R Quartermaster Mar. 17, 1918 

Sergai, Bennett Machinist Oct. 11, 1918 

Skaggs, a. D Quartermaster Feb. 28, 1918 

Smith, Edward A., Jr Student Officer ■ April .'30, 1918 

Smith, Winthrop F Ensign Oct. 10, 1918 

SouLDER, H. G Boatswain. July 15, 1919 

Souther, A. F Lieutenant July 19, 1918 

Sparkes, James A Student Officer Oct. 30, 1918 

Sprague, Wm. Griffith Ensign Oct. 26, 1918 

Stoker, Ellsworth W Machinist Aug. 20, 1918 

Stoltz, M. L Lieutenant June, 1915 

Sturtevant, a. D Ensign Feb. 18, 1918 

Sturtevant, Eldred Midshipman Oct. 9, 1918 

Sylvester, Byrl E Student Officer June 19, 1918 

Talaska, Walter Paul Student Officer September 2. 1 

Tate, James Alexander Student Officer Mar. 21, 1919 

Taylor, C. W Lieutenant Oct. 22, 1918 

Taylor, Ermoxd Albert Student Officer Feb. 19, 1919 

Taylor, Harvey John Quartermaster Oct. 18, 1918 

Taylor, Roderick P Machinist Oct. 10, 1918 

Terres, Hugh Ensign Aug. 21, 1918 

Terrier, Stewart McD Ensign Feb. 23, 

Thomas, R. H Machinist July 25, 1919 

TiBBETTS, Russell D Ensign Oct. 8, 1918 

Timkham, Edward I Ensign Mar. 30, 1919 

ToLNAS, Trygva J Ensign Dec. 31, 1918 

Topp, Augustus Student Officer Aug. 12, 1918 

Tornes, Berxhard April 27, 1919 

Treble, Hector Wm Student Officer Oct. 1, 1918 

Truex, Eldone H Ensign Mar. 31, 1919 

Tucker, L. F Quartermaster Aug. 1918 

Tyson, C. McC Lieut, (j.g.) Oct. 11, 1918 

Van Kirk, Dean R Ensign May 1, 1917 

Vath, E.vrl J Electrician Aug. 20, 1918 

Velie, H. G Quartermaster May 7, 1918 

Vorx'auer, Glenwy'n a Student Officer Nov. 2, 1918 

Walker, Dox-ald Ensign April 7, 1919 

Walker, Guy Adler Ensign _ Oct. 19, 1918 

Wats, Earl Joseph Ek»ctrician Aug. 22, 1918 

Weddell, T. M Quartermaster Mar. 7, 1918 

Weed, Walker Ensign 

Weigel, C.vrl Herrmann Ensign Mar. 31, 1919 

Wells, Harry M Seaman Aug. 6, 1917 

WiGMORE, John Student Officer Jan. 18, 1911 

Willmoth, George T Seaman Oct. 30, 1918 

Wilcox, DeWitt G Student Officer Aug. 29, 1918 

WissJiAX, Frederick A Quartermaster Oct. 28, 1918 

Zeller, George J Machinist June 28, 1918 




Dunkirk 

Charleston, S. C. 

Brest 

Dunkirk 

Castletown-Berehaven 

Dunwoodie, Minn. 

St. Trojan 

Hampton Roads 

Killingholme 

Calais 

Miami, Fla. 

Charleston 

Calais 

Pensacola 

League Is., Phila. 

Pensacola 

Pensacola 

Pensacola 

Chelsea, Mass. 

Seattle 

Chelsea, Mass. 

Abroad 

He Tndy 

France 

Bay Shore 

League Is., Phila. 

Narragansett Bay 

Seattle, Wash. 

He Tudv, France 



Pensacola 
Weymouth, 
North Sea 
Pensacola 



Eng. 



118 



Pensacola 
Bruges Ghent 
Miami, Fla. 
Hartford, Conn. 
Abroad 
Turino, Italy 
Fishermans Island 
Coco Solo 
Cape May 
Ravenna, Italy 
Pensacola 
Pensacola 

Chelsea, Mass. 

Pensacola 

St. Trojan 

Killingholme 

Pensacola 

St. Trojan 

Scotland 

Key West 
Bay Shore 
St. Trojan 
Le Croisic, Fr. 



Huntington, L. I. 
Pensacola 



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Pensacola 
Abroad 




ALLEN, FRED S. 
Lieutenant 
Pelham Manor, N. Y 
Marblehead, Hoston, RFC 
Canada; Washington, Pen- 
sacola. USNRF. N. A. No. 
1«. HTA 



ARNOLD, DAVID B. 

Lieutenant 
1559 Beacon St., Brookline, 
Mass. Key West. USNRF. 
N. A. No. 448. HTA. 



BAKER, CHAS. S. 
Lieutenant 
4925 Conduit Road, Wash- 
ington, D. C. Pensacola, 
Great Lakes, Bureau of 
Opor;ilions, Wash., D. C- 
USNRF. N. A. No. 191 
HTA. 





BARIN, LOUIS T, 
Lieutenant 
802 E. Ash St., Portland, 
Oregon. Pcnsacola, Mianji, 
Hampton Roads. USNRF. 
N. A. No. 56. HTA. 




BLASIAR, ARTHUR F 

Lieutenant 
Guilford, N. Y. Pensacola 
Columbia LIniversitv. Gre; 
Lakes, LTA and HTA. 




BELL, COLLEY W . 
Lieutenant 

Colorado Bldp.. Wash., 
D. C. Rookaway Beaih, 
Aviation Aide. Third Naval 
District. USNRF. N. A. 
No. 106. LTA, 




RRISCOE, BEN.I. 
Commander 
709 W. Main St., Jackson, 
Mich. Naval Aide 1o Capt. 
H. I. Cone, Foreign Waters. 
USN. 





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BLAIR, WILLIAM M, 

Lieutenant 
4830 Drexel Blvd., Chicago, 
III. Great Lakes, Hampton. 
Roads, Pensacola, N. Bomb. 
Gr. USNRF. N. A. No. 
436. HTA. 




BRUSH, GRAHAM 

Lieutenant 
Greenwich, Conn. West 
'aim Beach, Huntington^. 
L. I. USNRF. N. A, No, 
79. HTA. 




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CORBETT, M. Q. 
Lieutenant 
Carnegie, Pa. Pensacola, 
Akron, Hampton Roads, 
iiS^'i?S^°\, Paimboeuf, 
USNRF. N. A. No. 549! 
1^1 A. 



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CORBIN, HORACE W. 

Lieutenant 
Grand Isle, Vt. Philadel- 
phia, Brooklyn, Boston. 
ySNRF. N. A. No. 621. 
HTA. 



CUMMINGS, JAMES H. 

Lieutenant 
Care of John B. Stetson Co., 
■Tlh & Montgomery Ave 
Philadelphia, Pa. Bay 
Shore, L. I., Miami, 
tJSNRF. N. A. No. 377. 
HTA. 




CURTIS, LAURENCE j 
Lieutenant 
464 Beacon St., Bo,slon, 
, Mass. Newport News 

iVm'm Pensacola. HTA. 




DICKERSON, JOHN S. 
Lieutenant 
Red Bank, N. J. Bureau 
C- & R., Naval Operations, 
Wash., Brunswick, Ga 
USNRF. 




DITMAN, ALBERT J. 
Lieutenant 
Englewood, N. J. Bay 
Shore, Experimenlal pUot, 
Jiu. of Ordnance. Wash 
USNRF. N. A. No. Ifi. 
il 1 A. 



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DOLE, PAHR HORATIO 

Lieutenant 
Garrison, N. Y. Bu. St. 
Eng,, Wash., D. C. London, 
Paris, Brest, Balloon Sect., 
A.E.F. at Paris, Fr. US- 
NRF. 



DONNELLEY, THORNE 

Lieutenant 
Thornehurst, Laiie Forest, 
Hi, Bay Sliore, Miami, 
Buffalo. USNRF. N. A. 
No. 109. HTA. 



FALLON, NUGENT 
Lieutenant Commander 
67 WiUiam St.. NYC. 
Newport News, Norfolk, 
Paris, Montchic, Felix- 
stowe, Washington,^ Pen- 
sacola, Boston. USNRF- 
N. A. No. 113. HTA. 



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FRY, SHERIDAN B 
Lieutenant 
Columbia Club. 4 West 
43rd St., New York Cily. 
Bay Shore, L. I.; Miami. 
Bureau Ofieration.s, Wash.; 
USNRF. N. A. No. 1092. 
HTA. 





FULLEB, PERCIVaL S. 

Lieutenant 
826 Main St., Racine, Wis. 
Buffalo, Peiisacola, Coco 
Solo, C. Z. USNRF. N. A. 
No. 131. HTA. 



GARTZ, RICHARD C. 

Lieutenant 
Pasadena, Cal. Akron, 
Cape May, Rockaway, 
Paimboeul', Paris. N. A. 
No. 83,1,. LTA. 





GOULD, ERL C 
Lieutenant 
Woodland Road, 
burgh. Pa. W^est 
Beach, Huntington, 
Shore, Key West. USNRF'. 
N. A. No. 68. HTA. 



Pitts- 
Palm 
Bay 




GREENE, PAUL A. 
Lieutenant 
Rogers, Texas. Pensacola, 
Akron, Hampton Roads, 
Washington, D. C, Rock- 
away Beach, New York. 
USNRF. N. A. No. 612. 
LTA. 




GUGGENHELM, H. F. 
Lieutenant Commander 

70 Madison Ave., New 
York City. H. Q. in Paris, 
London, Rome; Northern 
Bombing Gr., R.A.F.; duty 
at most foreign N. A. Sta- 
tions. USNRF. HTA. 





MAXFIELD, L. H. 

Commander 
627 G(jodrich Ave..'' St. 
Paul, Minn. Pensacolti, 
Akron, Paimhoeuf, Fr., 
Washington. U. S. N. 
N. A. -No. 17. LTA. 
HTA. 



MOLONEY. JOHN F. 

Lieuh'fiairl 
316 W. 9.!r(l Si., New 
York City. C. O. at Gui- 
pavas and Wliiddy Island. 
U.S.N. 



NAYLOR, HENRY H. 
LleaU'nanI 
12 East 78th St.. New York 
r.ity. Bay Shore, .Miami, 
Wash., n. C. USNRF. N. 
A. No. 212. HTA. 



JJ 





Lieutenant 

1709 Prairie Ave., Chica^'O, 
III. Yale Unit No. 2, 
Buffalo, N. Y., Pensacola; 
Sq. 1. Norlhern Bombing 
Gr. USNRF. N.^A. No. 
127. HTA. 



PIERCE, THOMAS J. H. 

Lieutenant 

1086 Narraganselt Blvd., 
Cranston, B. I. Squaiiliini, 
Mass., Pensacolii, Ilamj)- 
ton Roads. Coco Solo, (]. Z. 
USNRF. N. A. No. 169. 
HTA. 




PULZ, JOHN LEGOETT 

Lieatf-nant 
Mil Broad St., Bosron. 
Mass. Mass. Inst, of Tech.. 
Ppnsacola, Fla. 



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READ. A. C. 

Lieutenant Commander 

Comdr. NC-4 Trans-Atlan- 

lic Flight. USN. N. A. 

No. 2J. HTA. 




REEMELIN, C. B. 
Lieutenant 
3061 Cleinview Ave., East 
Hill, Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Mass. Inst, of Tech., Pen- 
sacoia. Bureau Navig. 
(Training Section). HTA. 




RICHARDSON, A. B. 

Lieutenant 
2023 Collingwood Ave. , 
Toledo, O- Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., Hampton Roads, 
IViisacola. USNRF. N. A. 
No. 1H86. HTA. 





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SARGENT, SAMUEL W. 

Lieutenant 
360 Penn Rd., Wynnwood, 
Pa. Mass. Inst, of Tech. 
In charge of Receiving 
Ship. USNRF. 




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SMITH, F. M. 
Lieutenant 
Kittery, Maine. Bu. of C. 
& R., Wash., Officer in 
charge of Spruce Produc- 
tion for the Navy, Super- 
intending Coustruclion of 
Aircraft, Boston, Mass. 
USN. 



SHUMWAY. CARL E. 

Lieutenant 
25 Belle vue Ave., Melrose, 
Mass. Akron, Rockaway 
Beach, Queenstown, Ire,. 
Castletown, Ire., RAF. 
Balloon Base No. 16, 
Merifield, Cornwall, Eng. 
N. A. No. 319. LTA. 




SQUIRES, J. G. F. 
Lieulenuni 
112.5 Lexington Ave., New 
York City. Bu. Construc- 
tion & Repair, Wash., D. C. 
Sap. Con. Aircraft, New 
York. USNRF. 



SMITH. CLINTON M. 

Lieutenant 
Rox 14, Dighton, Mass. 
Miami, Pensacola.Montauk, 
Anacostia. HTA. 



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STARK, EDWIN M. 

Lieutenant Commander 
365 Park Ave., Mansfield, 
O. Ass't to the Manager 
Naval Aircraft Factory, 
Navy Yard. Philadelphia 
USNRF. 



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STONE, A. J. 
Lieutenant Commnndi^r 
% General Ordnance Co., 
2 W. 43rd St., New York 
City. Washington, D. C, 
USNRF. 




STRONG, ALEXANDER 

Lieutenant 
.39 Court St., Dcdharo. 
Mass. Mass. Inst, of Tech., 
Pensacola, Hampton Roads, 
USNRF. N. A. No. 374. 
HTA. 




TAYLOR, MOSELEY 

Lieutenant 
225 South St., Brookline, 
Mass. Newport News, 
Norfolk, Moulchic, Dun- 
kirk, USNRF. N. A. No. 
118. HTA. 




TOWNSEND, R. S. 
Lieuieriani 
6 Otis Place, Boston, Mass. 
Newport News, Hampton 
Roads, New London. USN- 
RF. N. A. No. U'}. UTK. 



VORYS, JOHN M. 
Lieatcnani 
441 East Town St., Colum- 
l>us, Ohio. Palm Beach, 
HuntinKton, L. I., Mout- 
chic, Hourtin, St. Raphael, 
Felivstowe, Hampton Bds., 
USNRF. N. A. No. 73. 
HTA. 



WALKER, SAMUEL S. 

Liriilcntint 
Garrison, New Yorlt. Le 
Croisic, Fr., .Milan, It., St. 
Inglevcrt, Fr. USNRF. 
N. A. No. 86. HTA. 



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WALSH, J. HENRY 
Lieulermnl 
166 Washington Ave., Prov., 
R. I. Squantum, Mass., 
Hampton Roads, Anacos- 
tia, 1). C. USNRF. N. A. 
No. 525. HTA. 



\\ ALTON, M\RK W. 
Lteittentmt 
5737 Woodlawn Ave., Clii- 
cago. III. Hampton Roads, 
Moutchic, Fr., Rolsena, It, 
USNRF. N. A. No. 120. 
HTA. 



WATKINS. R. A., Jr. 
i ipidcniinl 
307 East Slate Si., Mar- 
shalltown, Iowa. Perisa- 
cola; USS L-l, Phila.;, 
Instrnctor Columbia Univ.; 
Detroit, Packard; Bu. Si. 
Eng, USNRF. 




WHITEHOUSE, W. P., Jr. 

Lienlenant 
108 Vaughan St.. Portland, 
Me. Paimboeuf, Brest, 
Paris, London. USNRF. 
N. A. No. 99. LTA. 





WOLCOTT, ROBERT W. 

Lieulennni 
1819 West Washington Ave., 
Bethlehem, Pa. Mass. 
Inst, of Tech., Drill & 
Discipline Ollicer. USNRF. 




ZUMNO, FRANK A., Jr. 



495 8th Ave., Brooklyn, 
N. Y. RFC. Toronto, 
Can., Bay Shore, Mass. 
Inst, of Tech., Seattle. 
San Diego. N. A. No. 152. 
HTA. 




Allen, F. H., Lieutenant. Kenilworlli. III. 

Ames, Allan W. LieuLonanL, Care of James C. Sawyer, 
Andover, Mass. Palm iinach, HanUn;;ton, Bay Shore, 
Ft. Worth, Hampton Roarls, Dayton, Washington, Paris, 
London, Tex. N. A. No. 67. R. F. HTA. 

Amohv, Fhancls I., Jr.. Lieutenant, 413 Commonwealth 
Ave., Boston, Mass. Toronto, Can., Marblehead. Boston 
Navy Yard, Op. Nav.. Hampton Roads, Pensacola, Bay 
Shore, Mass. Inst, of Tech. N. A. No. 114. IITA. 

Habbttt, Li;^l\n L., Lieutenant, Iloiighlon, N. Y. 
Pensacola, U. S. S. Sentlli', San Diego, Buekefort, I'aim- 
boeuf, Gujon. N. A. No. 2W^. U. S. N. HTA. 

Balch, Gordon H., Lieutenant Commamler, 120 
Broadway, New York City. Washinglon, D. C, Bureau 
ol" Operations. R. F. N. A. No. 495, HTA. 

Baldwin. Augustus M., Lieutenant, 73 Remsen St., 
Brooklyn. N. Y. Tre-iuier. Fr., Cotes du Nord (C. <).). 
H. F. N. A. Nu. 699. HTA. 

Barnabv, R. S., Lieutenant, 257 Ilamillon Ave., New 
Brighton, N. Y. 

Barry, Edward IL, Lieutenant, 1112 Mass;irhiisei ts 
Ave., Washington. D. C. 

Bartlett, H. T., Lieutenant. N. A. No. 21. 

Battle, C. E.. Lieutenant. 

Beach, Charles Frederic. Lieutenant. West Hartford. 
Conn. Huntington, Moutchic, Dunkirk. Escadrillc de 
St. Pol. N. A. No. 75. HTA. 

BiGGERS, Robert L., Lieutenant, Care of W. O. Riggers, 
Book Bldg., Detroit, Mich. Pensacola, Miami. B. F. 
N. A. No. 215. HTA. 

BoETTCHER, Arthuk H., Lieutenant, 1645 Jarvis Ave.. 
Chicago, 111. Bu. of Ordnance, Washington, D. C. R. F. 

BaACKENRrDGE, Gavin, Lieutenant, Church St., Rich- 
mond Hill, New York Cily. R. F. C. Canada. Bay Shore, 
Pensacola, Miami, Operations, Washingloii, D. C, Foreign 
Service. R. F. N. A. No. 155. HTA. 

Rrewer. a. Douglas, Lieutenant. N. A. No. 103. 

Bransome, E. D.. Lieutenant. Engineers Cliih, Phila- 
delphia, Pa. Pensacola. R. F. N. A. No. 286. HTA. 

Bbyant. Boutt a.. Lieutenant, 735 Clarksoii St.. 
Denver, Colo. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Pensacola, Coco 
Solo, C. Z. N. A. No. 3:i9, R. F. HTA. 

BuLMER, Bayard T., Commander. 

Bush, Rufus H., Lieutenant. N. A. No. 1774. 

Byrd, R. E., Lieutenant Commander, Powhatan Hotel. 
Washington, D. C. N. A. No. 608. 

Cabot, Godfrey Lowj:[.l, Lieutenant, 16 Highland St.. 
Cambridge, Mass. Marblehead, JIamptou Roads. R. F. 
N. A. No. 1339. HTA. 

Callan. J. L., Lieutenant Commander, 46 N. Pearl St., 
Albany, N. Y. N. A. No. 1442. 

C.apehart. Wadleigh, Lieutenant Commander. 
N. A. No. 19. 

Carter, W. L., Lieulenant, 28 Concord Ave., Nashua, 
N. H. 

C\THCARr Wm. L., Lieut. Commander. 

Cecil, H. R., Lieut. Commander. N. A. No. 12 

Champlin, F. M., Lieutenant, 2720 13lh St., N. W., 
Wa.shinglrm, D. C. 

Chase, N. B., Lieutenant Commander, Brunswick. 
N. A. No. 37. 

Chenevert, C. T., Lieutenant, 301 Grosse Points, 
Detroit, Mich. 

Childs. W. G., Commander. N. A. No. 29. 

Claussen, H. p., LieutenanI, 491 Crtmmonwealth Ave., 
Boston, Mass. 

CoRRY, W. M., Jr., Lieut. Commander, New York 
City. N. A. No. 23. 

Cox, II. B.. Lieutenant, 2035 Walnut St., Philad(-lphia, 
Pa. 

Craig, Donald B., Lieutenant, 20 Anderson Place, 
Buffalo, N. Y. 

Craig, John F., Lieutenant. 

CuLBERT, F. P., Lieutenant. U. S. N. N. A. No. 94. 

Cutler. Roger, Lieutenant, Charles River, Mass. 
The Ledges. N. A. No. 371. 

Davis, John A., Lieulenant, 19 Hamilton Road, Brook- 
line, Mass. 

Davison, H. P., Jr., Lieutenant, Huntington, L. I., 
N. Y- 

Delano, M. p., Lieulenant, 308 Prince St., Wesi New- 
ton. Mass. N. A. No. 104. 

Depew, Ci ANSON G.. Lieutenant, 165 Summer St., 
Bulfalo, N. Y. N. A. No. 121. 

Dexsey, Walter Smith, LieuteaaoL. 



Dicman, G. C, Lieut. Commander. N. A. No. 30. 

DoHERTY, Wm. E., 72 Pleasant St., Marblehead, Mass. 
N. A. No. 430. 

DoMiNicK, Gayer G., Lieutenant, Stamford, Corm. 
Akron, New London, Montauk. Rockaway. N. A. No. 
982. LTA. 

DouBLEDAY, Nelson. Lieutenant, Oyster Bay. N. Y, 

Douglas. A. H.. Lieut. Commander, Pensacola. N. A. 
No. 753. 

DucRAY. Julian A., Lieutenant. 

Eddy, M. F., Lieutenant, 916 Jule St., Si. Jo.'^eph, Mo. 
Mass. Inst, of Tech., Pensacola. Hampton, Roads. N. A. 
No. 1768. R. F. HTA. 

Eekhout, Bernard V., Lieutenant. N. A. No. 2447. 

J'jLlvson, T. fl.. Lieutenant Commander. N. A. N(f. 1. 

Evans, Frank T. J., Commander. N. A. No. 26. 

P'arrell, Stephen A., Lieutenant. 

Fearing, G. B.. Jr., Lieut. Commander, J68 Beacon 
St.. Boston, Ma.ss. 

Fellers, W. M., Lieutenant. N. A. No. 2474. 

Finch, Carl E., Lieulenant, 2101 Alameda Ave., St. 
Louis, Mo. N. A. No. 472. 

Fisher, R. A., Lieutenant. Markeen Hotel. Buifalo, N. Y. 

Fitzgerald. J. P.. Lieutenant. 

Flower, H. C. Jr.. Lieutenant, Fidelity Nat'l Bank, 
Kansas City, Mo. Key West, Washington, Miami, 
Pensacola. Bay Shore, Squantum, San Diego. N. A. 
No. 1278. HTA. 

Forrestal, J. v.. Lieutenant, 28 Nassau St., New York 
Cily. B. F. C, Toronto, Bay Shore, Hampton Boads. 
Washington. N. A. No. 154. IITA. 

Frost, H. II., Lieut. Commander. 

Fuller, Chas. F., Lieut., A. D. Club, Cambridge, Mass_ 

Gates, A. L., Lieut. Commander, Oakhurst, Clinton, 
Iowa. Palm Beach, Huntington, Northern Bomb. Group. 
N. A. No. 65. IITA. 

Geary, John W., Jr., Lieutenant, Chestnut Hill, Pa. 
N. A. No. 134. 

GiBB, Edwin D., Lieutenant, 6 Mascot St., Boston, 
Mass. Key West. U. S. N. N. A. No. 2494. 

Gillespie, G. S., Lieut. Commander. N. A. No. 32. 

GoLDTHWAiTE, DuvAL R., Lieutenant. N. A. No. 116. 



Gordon, Harry B.. Lieulen 
A. No. 151. 



nt. Bronxvillc, N. Y. N. 



Griffin, V. C, Lieut. Commander. N. A. No. 41. 

Griffin, Walter B., Lieut. Commander, 213 Sarahjga 
St.. E. Boston, Mass. N. A. No. 544. 

Grow, Harold B., Lieutenant. N. A. No. 2354. 

Hammond, Edward L., Lieutenant. i-i | mi 

Hart, Howard P., LieutenanI, 50 Buckingham St.. CcAAi 
Waterbury, Conn. Hampton Boads., Pensacola. U. S. N. /ffn 'iTi7 

N. A. No. 1997. HTA. 

Havens. Beckwith. Lieulenant, Aero Club of America. 
New York City. N. A. No. 524. 

Haviland. Willis Bradley, Lieutenant. N. A. No. 577. 

Herbsteb, V. D., Lieut. Commander. N. A. No. 4. 

Hinkamp, Clarence N., Lieulenant. 

HiNTON, Walter, Lieutenant. N. A, No. 135. 

Hooper, Wm. E., Lieutenant, Tufts College. Medford 
Hillside, Mass. 

IIoYT, H. W., Lieulenant, Clearwater, Fla. Pensacola, 
Huntington, Hampton Roads, Akron. U. S. N. N. A. 
No. 515. LTA. HTA. 

Hunt, James Stone, Lieutenant. 

HuTCHiNS, HuRD, Lieulenaut, 131 Beacon St., Boston, 
Mass. N. A. No. 123. 

Ireland, Robert L., Jr., Lieutenant, 11719 Lake 
Shore Blvd., Cleveland, O. N. A. No. 84. 

James, O. Fi., Lieutenant. 7 E. TOth St., New York City. 
Huntington, Operations, Washington, Bu. Navigations, 
Washington, U. S. N. Mission to Brazil. N. A. No. 80. 
B. F, HTA. 

Jameson, William B., Lieutenant. 

Johnson, C. Y., Lieut. Commander. 

Johnson, E. F., Commander. N. A. No. 25. 

Kelley, Martin F., Lieutenant, 615 Lexington Ave., 
New York City. 

KiELY, Ralph. Lieutenant., 116 East 51lh St., New ,, , , 

York City. N. A. No. 1076. Sf^'A 

KiRKPATRiCK, R. D., Lieutenant. N. A. No. 48. 

Knowles, Robert W., Lieulenant, 5 Longfellow Park, 
Cambridge. Mass. Pensacola. (Operations, Washington, 
D. C, R. F. N. A. No. 915. HTA. 




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Lamar, L. V., Lieutenant, 514 N. Baylen St., Pensacola, 
Fla. N. A. No. 21H. 

Landon, H. IL, Jb.. Lieutenant, 19 E. 53rd St., 
York City. 

Lanzsdown, Lieut. Commander, New York Cily. N 
A. No. 105. 

Leftin, Edw. H., Lieutenant. 

Leightotv, Bruce Gardner, Lieul. Commander, Tunk- 
honnock. Pa. Pensacola, Hompion Roads, Killinf,'hoIme. 
U. S. N. N. A. No. 40. HTA. 

Little, Charles G., Lieulenanl. 227 High St., New- 
buryport. Mass. Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co., Akron, 
Rochefort, Paimboeuf, St. Cyr. Guipavas, Fr., Cape 
May. N. A. No. 102. LTA 

LoFTiN, Edw. H., Lieutenant. 

LoFTiN, Frank., Lieut. Commander. 

LoHMANN, Alfred P., Commander. Perkins Tfill, Akron. 
Ohio. Naval Aircraft Faclory, Navy Yard, Philadelphia- 
R. F. HTA. 

LovETT, Robert A., Lieut. Commander. Locust Valley 
L. I., N. Y. West Palm Reach, Huntington, France- 



Lynch, Frank R., Liirutenant 
Kan. 



Logan St., Lawrence, 
Lieut. Commander. Read- 




McAdie, Alexander G., 
ville, Mass. 

McCoiD, Paul H., Lieutenant, 612 E. Monroe St., 
Mt. Pleasant, Iowa. N. A. No. 159. 
McCbary. F. R., Commander. 

McCulloch, David H., Lieutenant, 280 Madison Ave., 
New York City. 

McIlwaine, Archibald, Lieutenant, 682 Prospect 
Ave., Hartford, Conn. 

McNamara, J. F., Lieutenant, 32 Everett St., Arlington. 
Mass. N. A. No. 199. 

MacDonald, Kenneth B., Lieut. Commander, 69 
Fordham Drive, Buffalo, N. Y. 

Madden, Wilson E., Lieut. Commander. 

Male, A. E. J., Lieutenant, Stoneleifjh Court, I'hila- 
delphia. Pa. Naval Aircraft Factory, Navy Yard, Phila- 
delphia. R. F. 

Mason, C. P., Lieutenant. N. A. No. 52. 

Miller, Roman J., Lieutenant. 

Mims, Harvey B., Captain. N. A. No. 576. 

Mitchell, John R., IJeutenant, 251 Fourth Ave, 
14th Floor, New York Cily. Cape May, Northern Bomb. 
Group, Queenstown, Ire. R. F. 

Mitscher, M., Lieut. Commander. N. A. No. 33. 

Moloney, John F., Lieutenant. 316 W. 93rd St., New 
York City. Coromanding. Guipavas, Fr., Whiddy Island, 
Ire. 

MoNFORT. J. C, Lieut. Commander, Mason, Oliio. 
Pensacola. Navy Dept., Washinj^ton. Great Lakes. Seattle, 
Rockaway. U. S. N. N. A. No. 35. HTA. 

MoiiLTHROP, BuBB. Liculonant, 1270 11th Ave.. San 
Francisco, Cal. Pensacola, Akron. Paimboeuf. Fr. R. F. 
N. A. No. 646. LTA. 

Mount. David A.. Lieutenant, Bayhead, N. J. Annapo- 
lis, Key West, Rockaway, Aviation Aide Third District. 
R. F. N. A. No. 2065. LTA. 

Murray, Cecil D., Lieutenant, 38 W. 51st St. 
York City. Hampton Roads, Moufchic, Paris, Si. 
verl. London, U. S. S. Texas. R. F. HTA. 

MusTiN. H. C, Captain. N. A. No. 11. 

Norfleet. Lieut. Commander. N. A. No. 555. 

O'Connell, Wm. J., Lieutenant, 5712 Sixth 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Palmer. Edward G.. Lieutenant, 1619 Pearl St., Sioux 
City, Iowa. 

aris, Irving, Lieutenant, 124 E. 72nd St., New York 
City. Mass. Ins(. of Tech., Hampton Roads, Pensacola. 
N. A. No. 317. HTA. 

Parsons, Robeht D.. Lieutenant, Care of The R. F. 
Gondrich Rubber Co., Akron, Ohio. Bu. of Construction 
& Repair, Washington, D. C. R. F. 

Paunack, R. R., Lieut. Commander. N. A. No. 27. 
Pennoyer, Ralph G., Lieutenant. N. A. No. 100i2- 
Peterson. Louis A., Lieutenant, 152 Bird Ave., Buffalo, 
N. Y. PauiUac, France. USNRF. 

Pike. C. M., Lieutenant, Lnbee. Maine. Squautum. 
Mass., Hampton Roads. N. A. No. 293. HTA. 

Poor. Roger M., Lieutenant, 777 Madison Ave., New 
York City, Bay Shore, Bu. Operations, Washinglon; 
London. Northern Bomb. Gr. N. A. No. 558. R. F. HTA. 

PuMPELLY, H. A-, Lieulenant. Owego Tioga Co., N. Y. 



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R \NDOLPH, R. D.. Lieutenant, 20 Court land Place, 
Houston, Texas. R F. C, Canada, New York, Boston, 
Washmgion, D. C. Hampton Roads, Pensacola, Foreign 
Waters. London, Eng. N. A. No. 161. HTA. 

Reckford, John King, Lieutenant, 220 Fifth Ave., 
New York City. Naval Aircraft Factory. R. F. 

Reed. AV\r. F., Jr., Lieutenant, 1238 N. 12th Ave.. 
Pensacola. R. F. 

Reid, M. E., Lieutenant, Racquet Club, Philadelphia, 
Pa. N. A. No. 1825. 

Richardson, H. C, Commander. N. A. No. 13. 
Roberts, Charles H. J., Lieutenant, 10 Franklin 
Place, Flushing, L. I. N. A. No. 240. 

Roberts, W.m. E., Lieutenant. Canton, N. C. Naval 
Aircraft Factory, Navy Yard, Philadelphia, Pa. R. F. 

Rodman, T. C, Lieut., care of Wm. A. Read & Co., 
Cor. Cedar and Nassau Sts., New York Cily. Volunleer 
Aerial Coast Patrol. Buffalo. New York. Pensacola. 
R. F. N. A. No. 1763. 

RuTTAN, Charles E., Lieutenant- N. A. No. 64. 
Schieffelin, John Jav, Lieulenant, 5 E. 66th St., 
New York Citv- Buffalo. Moutchic. Fr., Felixstowe, Eng., 
Killingholme. Eng. R. F. N. A. No. 124. HTA. 

Scofield, H. W.. Lieut. Commander, Morenci. Miehi^'an. 
Buffalo. N. Y., Monlauk. L. I. N. A. No. 28. U. S. N. 
HTA. 

Shamel, Frederick R., Lieulenanl. 
Sheppard, H. B., Lieulenanl, East Derry, N. H. 
Simpson. Frank, Jr., Lieutenant, 670 Wilshire Place, 
Los An;,'eles, Cal. Pensac(jla, San Diego. Key \\esl. 
B. F. N. A. No. 51. HTA. 

Sl\ter. H. N., Lieutenant, Port Washintxinn, L. I. 
N. Y. N. A. No. 329. 

Smith, G. W ., Jr., Lieutenant. 309 Hillside Ave., 
Jeukintown, Pa. Naval Aircraft F'aclory. Philadelphia, 
Pa. B. F. 

Smtth. (ioRDON A., Liculeuaol, 27 W. 4Hh Si.. New 
York Cily. 

Smtth, K. B.. Lieulenant. Patchof:ue, L. I., N. Y. 
Palm Beach. Ilunlin^^ton, Le Croisi<'. Moulchic. He 
Tudy, Paris. St. In^deverl. Fr. N. A. No. 87. 

Spencer. 1']. W., Jr.. Lie it. Commander, 109 Wade St. 
Highland Park, III. Pensacola. Squantum, San Diego. 
U. S. N. N. A. No. 20. HTA. 

St.vhl. Buoolphe, Lieutenant. Jackson, Midi. 
Starr. F. C, Commander. 

Stemson, H. C, Lieulenant, Hollywood, Kiiit: Co., 
\>ash. 

Stone. E. A.. Lieutenant. Red Gate Apt.. Norfolk, 
A'a. Newport News, Hampton Roads. Calshot, Bern- 
bridge, Felixstowe, Eng.. Anacostia. N. A. No. 138. 
HTA. 

Stone, Georce Lewis, Lieulenant, Care of Slonc-Hoult 
Furniture Co., Grand Rapids. Mich. Pensacola. 

Strader, Ralph M.. Lieutenant, 7057 No. Ashland 
Blvd.. Chicago, III. Akron, Paris, Paimboeuf, Guipavas. 
Fr., Pensacola. N. A. No. 97. LTA. 

Strickland, G. B.. Lieut.. N. A. No. 31. 
Swift. Henry. Lieutenant. 4 Liberty Sq.. Boston. 
Mass. Squantum. Toronto, Hampton Boads, Pensacola, 
Great Lakes. R. F. N. A. No. 149. HTA. 

Taylor, Charles F.. Lieutenant. 31 Clinton Ave . 
Montclair, N. J. In charge Aeronautical Engine Labor^. 
tory, Washington, D. C, USNBF. 

Tho^ias. Wallace S., Lieutenant, 721 E. High St.. 
Springfield, Ohio. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Seattle, Great 
Lakes, Pensacola. R. F. N. A. No. 2093. HTA. 
ToD, R. E., Lieutenant. 

Towers, J. H., Commander. U. S. N. N. A. No. 3. 
TowNSEND, JrrLUis C, Lieut. Commander. 
Van Der \ eer, N. R., Lieut. Commander. U. S. N. 
Van \ alzah. H. C. Lieut. Commander. _Mass. Inst, of 
Tech.. Miami, U. S. N. N. A. No. 665B. 

Vernon, Victor, Lieutenant, Huntsville, Ala. N. A. 
No. 606. 

Wesson, H,, Lieulenanl. 220 Maple St., Springfield, 
Mass. 

Weyebb acker, R. D., Lieut. Commander, U. S. N. 
N. A. No. 2126. 

White. Newton 11.. Jr.. Lieut. Commander, U. S. N. 
N. A. No. 2281. 

White, Robert W.. Lieut., 17lh Floor. 30 E. 12nd 
St., New York Cily. Rockaway, Pensacola, \\'ashington. 
Abroad. LTA. 



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'PHE preceding section and the one following comprise a grand muster of the commissioned 
personnel of the Corps. The Senior Division includes officers of the rank of Lieutenant or 
above, while the following embraces those of the rank of Lieutenant (junior grade) or below, and 
includes also student officers who were training as pilots or for commissions but who had not com- 
pleted their course upon the signing of the armistice. 

Of necessity the amount of data concerning each man has had to be brief, conserjuently only 
those facts have been given which would aid in recognition and enable the reader to communicate 
with other members of the Corps. No attempt could be made to include citations or other honors, 
or the particular capacities in which each man served. The order of this data is: name, rank, home 
address, stations served at, and whether he was in the heavier-than-air or lighter-than-air branch. 
Naval Aviator designation numbers have sometimes been given as they usually indicate the com- 
parative length of a man's service. 

To avoid confusion all addresses which were found to be incorrect have been omitted. This 
accounts for some apparent oversights in this respect. — Editor. 






ABBOTT, BOYD R. 

Ensign 
224 Park St., Lancaster 
Ohio. Mass. Inst. Tech. 
Miami, Pensacola. HTA 



ABBOTT, MAURICri J. 

War Machinist 
60 Howe St., Lewiston. Mc. 
Pelham Bay. Cohimbia 
Univ., Rockaway, Wash., 
Key West. HTA. 



ADAIR, EARLE T. 

Student Ojjlcer 

23.3 Marshall Ave., N. S., 

Pittsburgh, Pa. Mass. Inst. 

Tech., Akron, Ohio. LTA. 



ADAMS,CHARLES;H., Jr. 

Lieut, (j.g.) 
1.36.S Belle Ave., Lakewood, 
Cleveland, Ohio. « Mass. 
Inst. Tech., Key West, Fla., 
CapeMay, N. J. N.A.No. 
457. HTA. 




ADAMS. EUSTACE L. 

Ensign 
% H. D. Cabot, Newton- 
ville. Mass. M. I. T.. Bay 
Shore. Squanlum. Key 
Wejit, Cape May, Montauk, 
Wash. N. A. No. 417. 
HTA. 



ADAMS, J. DUDLEY 

Student Officer 
614 Rector Ave., Little 
Rock, Ark. Mass. Inst, of 

Tech., Key West. Miami, 

Pensacola. HTA. 



ADSIT, HAROLD C. 

Student Officer 

.302 West Penn Street, 

Hoopeston. Illinois, Seattle, 

Wosh. HTA. 



AFFLECK, W. RUSSELL 

Ensign 
674 North Broadway, Yon- 
kers. N. Y. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., Pensacola, Miami, 
Moutchic (Fr.). N. A. No. 
705. HTA. 





AICHER, FRED, Jr. 

Ensign 
2.501 Ridge Road. Berkeley, 
Cal. Mass. Inst. Tech., 
Key West, Miami, Pensa- 
cola. N. A. No. 1771. 
HTA. 



AICHER, JOHN W. H. 

Student Officer 
Hollywood, California. Dun- 
woody Inst., Minn.; Miami. 
HTA. 



ALBERTSON, R. D. 

Lieut, (j-9.) 
125 Main St., Geneva, N. 
Y. Mass. Inst. Tech., Bay 
Shore, Key West, Cape 
May, Montauk. N. A. No. 
461. HTA. 



ALBRITTON. PAUL C. 

Ensign 
Bee Ridge, Fla. Mass. 
Inst. Tech., Akron, Pensa- 
cola. LTA. 



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ALDEN, M. A. 
Ensign 

475 5th Ave.. New York 

City. Dunwoody Inst.. 

Miami. Key West. Pen- 
sacola. 



ALIvXANDliR, W. H. 
Liful. (j.g.) 
Houltmi. Maine. Mass. 
Inst. Tech., Pensacola, At- 
lantic Fleet Air Uetacii- 
ment. N. A. No. ITSi,^. 
IITA. 



ALLEN. PHILIP, Jr. 

Lieut. Ij.t/.j 
:!5 Charles Field St., Provi- 
<]ence. H. I. Mass. Inst. 
7Vch., Pensaoola. Anacoa- 
tia. N. A. No. 721. IITA. 



ALLEN. ROBERT B. 

Siadeni Officer 

Denver. Colorado. Mass. 



Inst. 
LTA. 



Tech.. Cambridge. 




ALLEN, WM. ROWLAND 

Ensign 
149 Newbury St., Boston. 
Mass. Mass. Inst. Tech., 
Miami. Pensacola. N. A. 
No. 1991. IITA. 



ALLISON. FRANK F. 

Student Officer 

Spring Mills. Center Co., 

Pa. Mass. Inst, of Tech., 

Hay Shore. IITA. 



ALLISON, T. LYLE 
Student Of/icer 
822 Concord St., Bremer- 
ton, Wash. Seattle, Wash. 
IITA. 



ALVORD. DONALD B 

Lieut, (j.g.) 
Clearwater. Fla. M. I. T.. 
Pensacola, Yarmoulh, Fe- 
lixstowe. Lough Foyle, 
Queenstown, Bolsena, N. 
A. No. 225. IITA. 



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ALWARD. EDWARD E. 

Ensign 
Pataskala, Ohio. Mass. 
Inst, of Tech., Great Lakes. 
Pensacola- Aerographer, N. 
A. No. 2249. 



AMSLER, HERVEY M. 

Ensign 
Farmers Nat'l Rank, Hemp- 
stead, Texas. Mass. Inst, 
of Tech., Miami, Pensa- 
cola. N. A. No. 2230. HTA. 



ANDERLE. EMIL J. 

Ensign 
132 Hudson Ave,, Dayton, 
Ohio. Mass. Inst, of Tech.. 
Key West, Pensacola. N 
A. No. 1571. HTA. 



ANDERSEN, CARL.]. 

Ensign 
17 Soiilh Kilby St., Glou- 
cester, Mass. Mass. Inst, 
of Tech., Pensacola. Hamp- 
ton Roads, Va. N. A. No 
267. HTA. 



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ANDERSEN, FRANK A. 

SladpnI. Officer 
21 St. Luke's Rd., Bri-lilon, 
Mass. Mass., Inst, of Tech., 
Ray Shore, l^^JHf; Island. 



ANDERSEN, SIDNEY W. 

Student Officer 
South Shore Country Chih, 
Chicago, III. Dunwoody 
Inst., Minneapolis. HTA. 



ANDERSON, A.. Jr. 
Ensign 
St. Augustine. Fla. Mass. 
Inst, of Tech.. Miami, Pen- 
sacola. N. A. No. 1206. 
HTA. 



t ANDERSON, CMAS. C- 

Student Officer 
Roswell, Indiana. Mass. 
Inst, of Tech., Cambridge. 
HTA. 



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ANDREWS, GEO. L. 
Ensign 
333 Front St., Owego, N. 
Y. Mass. Inst, of Tech., 
Bay Shore, Brunswick, Ga., 
Miami. N. A. No. 2047. 
HTA. 



ANDREWS, LEROY L. 

Ensifin 
3305 Windsor Mill Road, 
Baltimore, Md. Mass. 

Inst, of Tech., Miami, 
Pcnsacola. N. A. No. 1609. 
HTA 



ANDROUS, PAUL A. 
Ensign 
1040 W. Onondaga St. 
Syracuse, N. Y. Mass, 
Inst, of Tech., Bay Shore, 
Pensacola, Hampton Rds. 



ANEWALT. HENRY P 

Ensiqn 
2518 17th St., Fulford, 
Apt. 6, Washington, D. C. 
Mass. Inst, of Tech., Miami, 
Pensacola. N. A. No. 1356. 
HTA. 




ANSLEY, JOHN S. 
Ensign 
La Porte, Texas. Univ. ol 
Wash., Seattle, San Diego, 
Pensacola. N. A. No. 2182 
HTA. 



ANTHONY, W. B. E. 
Ensign 
1931 Fairview St., So. 
Berkeley, Cal Seattle, 

Miami. Pensacola. N. A. 
No. 2234. HTA. 



APPEL, RONALD B. 
Ensign 
82 Hale Ave., White Plains, 
N. Y. Mass. Inst, of Tech., 
Key West, Pensacola. N. A. 
No. 2241. HTA. 



APPLEGATE, RAY P 

Ensign 
4637 No. Paulina St., 
Chicago, 111. M. I. T., 
Key West, Miami, Pen- 
sacola, Great Lakes. N. A. 
No. 1204. HTA. 



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ARCHER, LUTHER B. 

Student OSIicer 
Holland, Texas, Seattle, 
Washington. HTA. 




ARNOLD, R. S. 

Student Officer 

Paint Lick, Ky. Dunwoody 

Inst., Minn., Miami. HTA. 



ARMSTRONG, H. C, 
Ensign 
215 Lexington Ave., Ft. 
Smith, Arkansas. Seattle, 
San Diego, Pensacola. N. A. 
No. 2413. HTA. 




ARMSTRONG, L, F. 

Ensign 
335 W^. Francisco Ave., 
Chicago, 111. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., Great Lakes, Akron, 
Pensacola. N. A. No. 1974 
LTA. 




ARMSTRONG. OWEN 
Student Officer 
635 So. Waiett St., Mem- 
phis, Tenn. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., Akron, Rockaway 
Reach. LTA. 




ARNSPIGER, RODES A. 

Ensign 
Lexington, Ky. Mass. Inst, 
of Tech., Pensacola. 



ARP. LOUIS C. 

Ensign 

718 5th Ave.. Moline, 

Illinois. N. A. No. 1725. 



ARROWSMITH. J. E. 

Ensign 
526 Park Ave., East Orange, 
N. J. Ma.ss. Inst, of Tech., 
Ray Shore, Pensacola. N. A. 
No. 1741. HTA. 





ATHERTON.HAROLD G. 

Ensign 
22 W. 5th St., Anderson. 
Indiana. M. X. T., Key 
West, Miami, Pensacola, 
Killingholme. N. A. 
1266. HTA. 



ATKINS, WARNER L. 

Ensign 
4008 Rose Hill Ave., Cin- 
cinnati, Ohio. Mass. Inst, 
of Tech., Bay Shore. Hamp- 
ton Rds., Pensacola. N. A. 
No. 1748. HTA. 



ATWOOD. ALLEN A. 
Ensign 
Security State Bank Bldg., 
St. Cloud, Mina. Dun- 
woody, M. I. T., Pensacola, 
Key West, Miami. N. A. 
No. 640. HTA. 



AUSTIN, RAYMOND M. 

Ensign 

Mountain Ave., Caldwell, 

N. J. Mass. Inst, of Tech., 

Pensacola. Miami. St. Iq- 

glevert. Moutchic. HTA. 




AVERILL, L. H. 

Lieut, (j.ti-) 
Bancroft Hold, Worccsler, 
Mass. Mass. Inst, of Tech., 
Pensacola, Charleston, S. 
C. Opera tioiis,\Vashiiit^'l on. 
11 TA. 



AVERY. NATHAN C. 

Ensi'jn 
293 S., M. Ave. New 
Britain. Conn. Bureau of 
Operations, Pauillae, liay 
Shore. Key Wesl. HTA. 



AVERY, WALTER II 

Lieui ij.g.) 
7803 St. Martin's Lane, 
Chestnut Ilili, Phila., Pa. 
Mas'^.. Inst, of Tech.. Pen- 

sacola, N. A. No. 890. 
HTA. 



AYLING, F. C. 

Lieui. ij.g.) 
601 University Ave., Syra- 
cuse, N. Y. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech.. Boston, Pensacola. 
N. A. No. 674. HTA. 



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Abbott, G. M., Student Officer, 110 Edgemore Lane, 
Ithaca. N. Y. 

Abbott, Ransford J.. Student Oilicer, Port Republic, 
AUantic Co.. N. J. Pelham Bay, Cape May, Mass. Inst, of 
Tech. HTA. 

Abbott, Bobeiit D., Student Officer, 48 Rhodes Ave., 
Akron, Ohio. 

Abeles, Francis. I'^nsign. 4140 Washington Blvd., St. 
Louis, Mo. N. A. No. 17U. 

AcHOB. Leonard B., Student Ofiicer, Martinsville. (Jhio. 
Mass. Inst, of Tech. HTA. 

AcHOBN, Albert II., Student Officer, Sigma Nii House, 
South Bethlehem, Pa. 

Acker, Steadham, Ensign, 31.5 S. 80th St., l^irmingham, 
Ala. Miami. Pensacola. N. A. No. 2541. HTA. 

AcKERMAN, M.S., Ensign, 131 Crescent Ave., Plainfield. 
N. J. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Bay Shore, N. Y., Pensacola, 
Fla. N. A. No. 1203. HTA. 

AcoFF, I. Z., Student Officer, Foxoboro, Mass. Mass. 
Inst, of Tech.. Miami, Fla. HTA. 
^:,^J" Acton, Francis Newlin, Student Officer, Salem. N. J. 

Dunwoody Institute. 

Adams, Arthur J., Student Officer, Summit Hill. Car- 
bon Co., Pa. Mass. Inst, of Tech. 

Adams, Henry IL, Student OiTicer. 50 Church St.. New 
York City. 

Adams, Irving E., Student Officer. 412 2.3d Ave., South 
Seattle, Wash. Univ. of Washington, Seattle. 

Adams, Philip C, Student Officer, Cluster Springs, Va. 

Adams, Robert D., Student Officer. 169 E. First St., 
New London, Conn. 

Adams, Schuyler R., Student Officer, 605 S. Buron St., 
Cheboygan, Mich. 

Adams, Stanley B.. Student Officer, 17 Parkview Ave., 
Bangor, Maine. Mass. Inst, of Tech. HTA. 

Adamson, G. F., Ensign, 37 Kempton St., Boston, Mass. 
N. A. No. 1046. 

Adkins, F B., Ensign, 824 Park Ave., Richmond. Va. 
Mass. Inst, of Tech., Pensacola, Miami. N. A. No. 2043. 
HTA. 

Agar, Herbert S., Student Officer, 56 Bayard Lane, 
Princeton, N. J. Mass. Inst, of Tech. HTA. 

Agramonte, Jules, Student Officer, 11 E. 68th St., New 
York, N. Y. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Key West, Fla. 

Ahern, William J., Ensign, South Whithouse St 
York, N. Y. 

AiNswORTH. Eric, Student Officer, 223 Kcnyrui 
Swarthmore, Pa. Seattle, Wash., San Diego, Cal. 

Alcorn, J. W., Ensign. 

Alden, H. S., Lieut, (j.g.). 

Alden, Sidney, C, Student Officer. 50 Meigs St., Ro- 
chester, N. Y. 

Aleshire, Merlin C, Lieut, (j.g.), 2151 E. 70th St., 
Chicago, 111. Great Lakes, III., Easlleigh, Eng. 

Alexander, Howard B., Student Officer, 255 Farring- 
ton St., Wollaston, Mass. 

Alexander. John. Jr., Student Officer. 3817 N. Park 
Ave., Philadelphia, l*a. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Key Wesl. 



HTA. 

New 



Ave., 
IT A. 



Alexander, Kenneth D.. Student Officer, Spring Sta- 
tion, Ky. 

Allbrtght, N. J.. Ensign, 4937 Dorchester Avr.. Chi- 
cago, III. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Akron, Rockaway Beach, 
Long Lsland. N. Y. LTA. 

Allen. C. L., Lieut, fj.g.). 625 FronI St.. S. Weymouth, 
Mass. Pensacola. Bay Shore, Brunswick. Miami. N. A. 
No. 1101^. HTA. 

Allen, Dolph C. Elnsign, 206 No. St. .\ndrews Place, 
Los Angeles, Cul. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Miami. Pensacolaj 
Key West. N. A. No. 1639. HTA. 

Allen, Francis G.. Lieut, (j.g.), Kenilworth, III. N. A. 
No. 190. 

Allen, Fudem Wolcott, Student Officer. 265 Waterman 
St., Providence, R. I. Mass. Inst, of Tech. HTA. 

Allen. I. J.. Student Officer, 300 Oil Operations Bldg., 
Ft. Worth, Tex. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Miami. HTA. 

Allen, Theo. F.. Student Officer, Care of J. F. Allen, 
Meriden, Conn. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Key West, Fla. 
HTA. 

Aller, C. M, Ensign. 

Alliott. Eric, Lieut, (j.g.), 30 High Street, Newport,. 
R. I. N. A. No. 513. 

Allison, Charles C, Student Officer, 410 S. 39tti St., 
Omaha, Nebr. 

Allison, George H., Ensign, 17 Beaver St.. Worcester, 
Mass. N. A. No. 1205. 

Allison, John S., Ensign, 179 Crafts St.. Newtonville,. 
Mass. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Hampton Roads, Pensacola, 
Miami, Marine Field, Moutchic. Fromentine. N. A. No. 
539. HTA. 

Alllson, Stanton T.. Student Officer. Bryn Mawr, Pa., 
also Williams College, Williamstown, Mass. Mass. Inst, 
of Tech. LTA. 

Almy, Fredeiuck. Jr.. Student Officer. 19 W. 54lh St., 
New York. N. Y. 

Almv. William F.. Jr.. Student Officer, 3h7 Winter St., 
Fall River, Mass. Mass. Insi. of Tech. HTA. 

Alsto:>j. George J., Jr., Student Officer. 1322 23d Ave., 
Tuskaloosa, Ala. 

Al.ston, Samuel W., Machinist. 

Ambgrg, Theodore Wm., Ensign. GriMin Wheel Co.,, 
Packers Station, Kansas Cily, Ivans. 

Ame;-, Charles Burton, Ensign. 300 High Si., WVst 
Newton, Mass. Pensacola, San Diego. N. A. No. 193. 
HTA. 

Ames, Walteu M.. Student OITicer. 58 Linden Ave., 
Dayton, Ohio. 

Anderson. Arthur V., Student Officer, 544 Eighth St., 
Brooklyn. N. Y. 

Anderson. Francis J., Student Officer, 102 W. Pleasant. 
Ave., Syracuse, N. Y. 

Anderson, George D., Lieut, (j.g.), N. A. No. 666. 

Anderson, J. B., Lieut, (j.g.), 48 Forge St., Akron, Ohio- 

Anderson, John P., Student Oflicer, Georgetown Col- 
lege, Washington, D. C. 

Anderson, Paiil A., Student Officer, 112 Broadway Ave.,. 
Wilmctte, 111. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Key West, Fla. 
HTA. 



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Andebson, RoBEnT C, Sludent Officer, Upper iMont- 
clair, N. J. 

Andebson, Rowland, War. Gun. 

Anuebson, SiPNEY W., SluileiH Oiricer, .S:!:i2 Ilvde Park 
Blvii., Chicago. III. 

Andebson, Wir.TON II., Sludent Officer, Daviil City, 
Nebr. Mass. In.sl. of Tech., Key West, Fla. IITA. 
Andrews, A.\^u^^ H., Student Officer. 

Andbev\.s, Chk.steb W., Sludent Officer, East LansinK, 
Mich. 

Andbews, H. v.. Ensign, I'cnsacola. N. A. No. 11') I. 

Andbeh's, HEBBEBr J., SliidenI Officer, Napcileon, ,\lich. 

Andbews. Jame.s li., Slu.lcnt Officer, 121(1 Springlicld 
Ave., Urbana, III. 

Anoeli,, Nobman II., Student Officer, 2.^01 Ridge Head, 
Berkeley, Cal. 

Ankenv, DeWalt IIosmeb, Student Officer, 920 Cham- 
ber of Commer<-e, Minneapolis, Minn. 

ArvTHONY, H. M., Ensign, ll;t Comrnonweallh Ave, 
Boston, Mass. 

Antonides, II. R., Student Officer, 360 Humbolt St., 
Denver, Colo. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Key West, Fla. 
HTA. 

Apg.\b, Henby II., Student Officer. 

Appleby, John L., Ensign, Glen Cove, Long Island, N. Y. 
Mass. Inst, of Tech., Pensacola, Pauillac, Moutchic, Arca- 
chon. N. A. No. 720. HTA. 

Abchibald, F. X., Student Officer, 7.50 E. IT.JIIi St., 
New York City. Mass. Inst, of Tecli., New Haven 
Pensacola. HTA. 

Abchibald, Walteb D., Student Officer, .538 W. 1 12d 
Si, New York City. Mass. Inst, of Tech. LTA. 

Abmolb, Lester, Ensign, « E. 69th St., New York City. 
Mass. Inst, of Tech., Bayshore, Pensacola, Fla. IN. A. 
No. 2207. HTA. 



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Armor, Robi-jbt J., Student (Hficei 
Houston, Tex. 



4622 Pulk Ave., 
Student OfTicer, New York Trihune, 



Arms, Loiis L 
New York City. 

Armstrong, 11. K., Student OITlcer, 1775 Hermipin A.ve., 
Minneapolis, Minn. Dunwoody Inst., Miaini. HTA. 

Armstrong, Paul L., Ens. 

Armstrong. Robert E., Jr., F^lnsign, 91.5 Oakland .\ve., 
Ann Arbor, Mich. N. A. No. 2105. 

Armstrong, W. L., Ensign, Goodyear Tire & Rubber 
Co. N. A. No. 2;ili0. 

Armstrong, Wesley A., Student Ollicer, 409 W. Dela- 
van Ave., Buffalo, N. Y. 

Arnold, George C, Jr., Student Ollicer, 238 Adelaide 
Ave., Providence, R. I. Mass. Inst, of Tech. HTA. 

Arnold, Junius H., Student Olhcer. 

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Abonson, Isrvel I., Ensign, 
Chelsea. Mass. N. A. No. 912." 

Arthur, John W., Student OMicer, 
Rochester, N. Y. 

Arthur, REaiN.\LD W., Ensign, Maryland State College, 
College Park, Md. N. A. No. 1501 

Ashbv. John S., Student Olficer, Fairmont. Fillmore Co., 
xNcbr. Seattle. Wash.; San Diego. Cal. HTA. 

AsHLK^-, John W., Lieut, fj.g.), 315 Main St., Amesbury, 
Mass. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Pensacola, Moutchic. Brest. 
Fr.; Chatham. N. A. No. 281. HTA. 

AsHTON, C. E.. Lieiit. (j.g.), 7702 Franks town Ave., 
Pittsburgh, Pa. 

AsHTON. Oliver, Sludent (^flicer. 

AsTLETT, Httgh G.. 8i udeut Offii'er, 387 Upper Mountain 
.\ve.. Monlciair, N. J. 

Atkins, Frank Enw vbd, Jr., Student OfTicer, 30 R 
W^alnut St., Merchantville, N. J. Mass. Inst, of Tech. 
HTA. 

Atkins, John B., Jr., Student OtTicer, 1521 Fairfield 
Ave., Shrevcport, La. 

Atkinson, Leon G., Student Olficer, 35 Victoria Circle. 
Newton Center. Mass. 

Atwater, W. B., Lieut, (j.g.). Central Valley, N. Y. 
Newport News. N. Y. Navy Yard. Hamidon Rds.; Mout- 
chic, Fr., Paris; Bolsena, It.; Charleston. N. A. No. 112. 
HTA. 

Atwood, Clarence C, Ensign, Gardnc-, Kansas. 
Atwood, Raymond Loring, Lieut, (j-t;.), Paris, Maine. 
Mass. Inst, of Tech., Pensacola, Fleet Air Detach.. Kiiling- 
holnie, Hampton Roads, Forth \A'orth. N. A. No. 292. 
HTA. 

Ai'CHiN<.LOSs, Regiwli) L\. G., Ensign, 131 E. 71.^1 St., 
New York Cily. 

AuERsw\LD, RinHARD R.. Eusigii, 441 Lafayette Ave., 
Rrooklyn, N. Y. N. A. No. 1202. 

AlrGUSTl^E. Irmni; D., Student Olficer, 1616 W. 2d St., 
Grand Island. Nebr. 

AuKEHM VN, Li-;\\is C. Student Officer. 

AiiSTii.L. Jkre, Ensign. Spring Hill, Mobile Co.. Ala. 
Mass. Inst, of Tech., Key West, Pensacola. N. A. No. 
1879. LTA. 

Austin, D. F.. Student Officer, 92 Montclair Ave., 
Caldwell. N. J. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Newport. R. I., 
New London, C.nn. HTA. 

Austin, James Mason, Sludent Ollicer, Middlelown, 
Conn. 

AvERiLL, Harold G., Student (Jflicer, 206 West St., 
Worcester, Mass. 

AvERY, Lyman C. Lieut, fj.g.). Brockport, N. Y. N. A. 
No. 864. 

AvERi', Theodore Strong, Ensign, 174 Washington 
Ave., Albany. N. Y. N. A. No. 1749. 
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Pholo taken from Austrian Files al Polo. 




BACHMAN, R. H. 
Ensign 
40 East 40th St., New 
York City. M. I. T., Bay 
Shore, Pensacola, Montauk, 
Hampton Rds. N. A. No. 
1412. HTA. 




BAEHR, MAX J. 

Lieut, ij.g.) 
92.3 Locust Ave., Long 
Beach, Cal. M. I. T., Cran- 
well, E. Fortune, Paim- 
boeuf. H. Q. London. N. 
No. 1085. LTA. 



BAHR, M. CASTLE 
Ensign 
R. F. D. No. 3. Helena, 
Mo. Mass. Inst, of Tech., 
Miami, Key West, Pensa- 
cola. N. A. No. 2376. 
HTA. 



BAILHACHE, P. L. 

Studenl Officer 
2901 Scott St., San Fran- 
cisco, Cal. M. I. T., 
Akron, San Pedro. U. S. S. 
Madrono, U. S. S. Goliah 
(Foreign Waters). LTA. 




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BAKER, CHARLES W. 

Studenl Officer 
76 Hardenbrook Ave., Ja- 
maica, N. Y. Mass. Inst, 
of Tech. HTA. 



BAKER, EDMUND F. 
Ensign 
431 Shady Ave., Pittsburgh, 
Pa. Aviation Beach, Great 
Lakes, Hampton Roads, 
Norfolk. HTA. 



BAKER, GEORGE F. . 

Ensign 
Wellcsley, Mass. Mass. 
Inst, of Tech., Pensacola, 
Moutchic, Gnipavas. N. 
A. No. 352. HTA. 



BAKER, S. SAMUEL ] 

Student Officer 

19 Amory St., Cambridge, 

Mass. Mass. Inst, of Tech. 

HTA. _ 




BAKER, WILLIAM C. 

Student Officer 
Middlebrook Pike, Knox- 
ville, Tenn. Great Lakes, 
111. HTA. 



BALL. TOM LEE 

Student Officer 
R. F. D. No. 2, Care of 
Wenonah Mines, Bessemer, 
Ala. Ma.ss. Inst, of Tech. 
HTA. 



BALLORD, HAROLD B. 

Ensign 
114 Brunswick Ave., Gar- 
diner, Maine. Mass. Inst- of 
Tech., Key West, Miami, 
Pensacola. Hampton Roads. 
N. A. No. 974. LTA. 



BANIK, ADOLF T. 

Ensign 
East Grand Forks, Minn 
Mass. Inst.of Tech. .Miami. 
Pensacola. N. A. No. 2495. 
HTA. 





BARNES, A. S,, Jr. 

Student Officer 

Glenwood, Raleigh, N. C 

Mass. Inst, of Tech. HTA. 



BARNES, DANA A. 
Ensign 
161 Bay Slate Rd., Boston, 
Mass. Mass. Inst, of Tech., 
Miami, Pensacola. N. A. 
No. 1670. HTA. 



BARNES, EARL C. 
Ensign 
450 W. Eldorado St.. De- 
catur, III. M. I. T., Groat 
Lakes, Pensa., Miami, 
Moutchic, Cami>agne, Mal- 
pensa. N. A. No. 675. 



BARNUM, WM. N. 

Ensign 

78 Front St., New York 

City. Mass. Inst, of Tech. 

Miami. HTA. 




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BARON, FREDERICK J. 

Ensign 
51 Lawn St., Roxbury, 
Mass. Holsena, Italy; 

Hdqts. Paris, Tours, Hol- 
sena. Italy; Chalham. N. 
A. No. 1511. HTA. 



BARR. HARRY C. 

War. Maciinist 
20 East 3rd St., Waynes- 
lioro. Pa. Pensacola. 

Hampton Roads, Miami. 
HTA. 



BARR, J. S. 

Ensign 
101 Pleasant St., Ithaca, 
N. Y. Mass. Inst, of Tech., 
Bay Shore, Pensacola,, 
Hampton Roads. N. A. 
No. '13. A. HT 



BARRINGER. EUG. E. 

Student Officer 
1745 QthAve., Huntington, 



W. Va. Mass. Inst. 
Tech. HTA. 



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{€) International Film Service 



Patrolling with the Fleet 





HARRY, ELMER L. \V. 

Student Officer 
Concord St.. Hollislnn, 
Mass. Mass. Inst, of Tech. 
HTA. 




BARRY. THOMAS D. 

Ensign 
1930 Girard Ave., South 
Minn.. Mion., Dunwoody, 
Inst.. Miiin., Miami, Pen- 
sacola. N. A. No. 2229. 
HTA. ^^^ 



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BABTEIMKirOH.CAHI. M. 

6804 Brookville B.iod. 
Chi'vy Chdso Md Dun- 
woody Ins.1 Minn ]\lMini, 
Pensacola IN \ No 2286. 
HTA. 



BARTLKTT, FMANK L 

SIlK/enI Ofjicrr 
Exchiinge Nal'l l!k. Bldg. 
Tulsa. Oklahoma. Mass 
Inst, of Tech. JITA. 



BASCflK, J. V. 
Sluclenl Officer 
.518 Columbia Ave., Lo=' 
Angeles, Cal. Univ. of 
\VaBh..Seal,lle, San DicKO, 
Norlh Island. HTA. 



BATCIIELDEH, R. B. 

Lit'ut. ij.i]) 
7 Cedar St., Salem, Mass. 
Mass. Inst, of Tech.. Pen- 
sacola, Hampton Roads* 
Washington, D. C. 




BATCHELI.ER, H. C. C. 

Ensign 
1214 Magnolia Ave., Los 
Angeles, Cal. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., Miami, Pensacola. 
iN. A. No. 1856. HTA. 



BATES, DON.\LD N. 
Ensign 
807 Ashhury St., San Fran- 
cisco, Cal. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., San Diego, Pen- 
sacola. N. A. No. 1236. 
HTA. 



BATES, JEFFERSON B. 

Sludrnl Officer 
Waleree, South Carolina. 
Mass. Inst. of Tech., 
Miami. HTA. 




BAUCH. CHAS. E. 
Ensign 
Ashmont, Mass. Mass.Inst. 
of Tech., Akron, Rockaway,. 
Bureau Construction and 
Repair. LTA. 




BEACH, CHAS. T. 

Stufleni Officer 

15 Liberty St., Catskill, N. 

Y. Mass. Inst, of Tech., 

Miami. HTA. 



BEALL, WM. R. 

Student Officer 
691 Highland Ave, Takoma 
Park, Washington. D. C. 
Mass. Inst, of Tech., Navy 
Yard, Washington, D. C. 
HTA 



BECKER, CILVRLLS «. BECKER, FREDRICK H. 



Sladenl Officer 
.5207 Ingleside Ave., Chi- 
cago, III. Mass. Inst. of 
Tech., Bay Shore. HTA. 



Lieut, (j.g.) 
Hutchinson, Minnesota. 
Mass Inst, of Tech., Pen- 
sacola, Moutchic, Le Croi- 
sic, Hampton Roads. N. A. 
No. 309. HTA. 




BEEMAN, OTIS 
Lieut ij.g.) 
11061 Esmond St., Morgan 
Park 111. M. I. T., Pcnsa., 
Moutchic, R. A. F., N. B. 
G., Calais, Avord-Cher. 
N. A. No. 354. HTA. 



BEGGS, ALAN II. 
Lieut. (J.g.) 
289 Ridgewood Ave., Glen 
Ridge, N. J. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech.,llampt. Rds., Pensa., 
Bay Shore, Miami, Ana- 
costia. N. A. No. 514. 



BEHNER, HERBERT C 

Ensign 
125 Stubing Place, Seaside, 
Rockaway Beach 
Hampton Roads. 



N. Y., 
HTA. 



BELL, BYRON E. 

Student Officer 
735 Main St., Reynolds- 
ville. Pa. Mass, Inst, of 
Tech. HTA. 




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BETTS, CLAUDE S. 
Ensign 
1430 Perry St., South 
Richmond, Ya. Mass. Inst, 
of Tech., Miami, Key 
West, Pensacola. N. A. 
No. 2.M7. HTA. 



BEVENS, MAXSON I. 

Student Officer 

611 No. Chaparral St. 

Corpus Christi, Texas 

Mass. Inst, of Tech. HTA 



BEYRLE, THOS. T. 

Ensign 
1402 Malvern Ave., Los 
Angeles, Cal. Mass. Inst, 
of Tech , Bay Shore, Pen- 
sirola N A No 1570 

Hr\ 



BIGELOW, E. S. 

Ensign UW 

25 Pine St., New York City. "^ 
Mass. Inst, of Tech., Key 
West, Miami, Pensacola. 
N. A. No. 1574. HTA- 





BILLINGS, ARTHUR S. 

Boatswain 
9 West St., W. Somerville, 
Mass. San Diega,CaJ., Pen- 
sacola, Squanltjm, M;iss. 
HTA. 



BISCHOF, JACOB H. 

Student Of/icer 
5100 Ellis Ave.. Chicago, 
111. Dunwoody Inst., Minn., 
Mass. Inst, of Tech. HTA. 



BISKAMP. ERNEST J. 

Student Officer 
1806 W. Matamoros St, 
Laredo, Texas. Seattle, 
Washington. 



BIXBY. H. M. 

Student Officer 
4943 Pershing Ave., St. 
Louis, Mo. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., Cambridge, Akron. 
LTA. 




BIZZKLL, CAREY K. 

Ensign 
1810 Calvert St., N. W. 
Washington, D. C. Mass. 
Inst, of Tech., Pensacola, 
Hamplon Roads. N. A. 
No. '>r,h nT\ 



BLAGDEN, B. D. S. 
Lieut. (J.g.) 
Upper Saranac, N. Y. 
Mass. Inst, of Tech., Pen- 
sacola. N.A. No. 742. HTA. 



BLAIR, GEORGE 

Lieut, [j.g.) 
Wynnewood, Penn. Bureau 
of Ordnance, Washington, 
n. C. Anacostia, D. C. 



BLEAKLEY, PAUL L. 

Student Oflicer 

536 North Broadway, Yon- 

kers, N. Y. Mass. Inst, of 

Tech. HTA. 






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BLETHEN, MELVIN S. 

Ensign 
1 Winter St., Foxcroft. 
Maine. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., Miami, Key West. 
Pensacola, Hinghom. N. 
A. No. 2626. IITA. 



BLOCK, HERMAN 

Student Oflicer 

17 Battery Place, New York 

City. Mass. Inst, of Tech., 

Key West, HTA. 



BLODGETT, LEO S. 

Ensign 

31 Winter St., Portland, 

Maine. Mass. Inst, of 

Tech., Buffalo, N. Y. 



BLOSSER, HERMAN G. 

Student Officer 
7129 Schoyer Ave., Swiss- 
yalc, Pa. Seattle, Wash- 
ington. Dunwoody Inst., 
Minn. 




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HOONE, A 
Ensign 
539 12th St., Snn Pprtro, 
Cal. Mass. Inst, of Tech., 
Miami, Pensacola, flaini>- 
ton Roads. N. A. No. 
1681. IFTA. 



BOOT. IIARKY EAR!. 
En.^ian 
1717 Rare St., Denver, 
Colo. Mass. Inst, of Torli.. 
Pcnsanola.Rockaway Reach. 
Moutchic, L'Aber Vrarh. 
N. A. No. 6:'/). HTA. 



HOOTH, E. W., 

Ltput. (j.fi-) 
2.SU Fountain St., Grand 
Rapids, Mich. Mass. Inst, 
of Tech., Pensacola, N. 
A. No. 1021. HTA. 



BOSTICK, E. ELLIS 
Ensiqn 
Memphis Coal Co., Mem- 
phis, Tenn. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., Pensacola, Paris, 
Moulchic, PaiiiUac, Bay 
Shore. N. A. No. 288. 






ROTTA, KICO 

Lieut, (j.g.) 
Johnson Curtiss Aeroplane 
Co , Montgomery, Ala. 



BOTTOMS, R. R. 
Ensign 
Athens, Alabama. Pen- 
sacola, Akron, Rockaway 



Mas,s. Inst, of Tech., Pen-jfcj > Beach, Key West. N. A. 

sacola. N. A. No. 2641. J No. 2676. LTA. 

HTA. 



BOURQUIN, MARION M. 

Ensign 
Butte, Montana. Mass. 
Inst, of Tech., Bay Shore, 
Hampton R^>ads, Pensa- 
cola, English Stations. N. 
A. No. 1257. HTA. 



BOWERS, ANDERSON 

Eniiign 
.31.3 N. McKean St., Kit- 
tanning, Pa. M. I. T., Key 
West, Miami, Pensacola, 
Brest, Moulchic. N. A. 
No. 1257. HTA. 






ROWKER, W. K., Jr. 

StudenI Officer 

2660 Menlo Ave., Los 

Angeles, Cal. Seattle, 

Washington. HTA. 



BOWSER, ARDA C. 

Student Officer 

11th St., Ford City, Penn. 

Mass. Inst, of Tech. HTA. 



HOYD, ROBERT M. 

Student Officer 
1617 S. Washington Ave., 
Saginaw, Mich. Mass. 

Inst, of Tech., Miami. 
HTA. 



BOYD, SAMUEL N. 
Ensign 
320 E. Capitol St.. Wash- 
ington, D. C. Mass. Inst. 
of Tech., Pensacola. 






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BOYD, THEODORE P. 

Lieul. ij.ff.) 
77 Union Avp., Framing- 
ham, Mass. Bay Shore, 
Key West, Brunswick. Ga. 
N. A. No. 175. HTA. 



BRACKEN. D. F. 

Enaujn 
321 E. Chestnut St., Bloorn- 
inj,'l(Mi, lUinois. Mass. Inst, 
of Tech., Miami, Pensacola. 
N. A. No. 2233. HTA. 



BRACKEN. GORDON R. 

Ensign 
465 W. 152nd St.. 
York City. Mass. In 
Tech., Key West, 



BRACKEN, L. M. 

Ensign 
713 West First St., Oil 
City, Penn. Mass. Inst of 
Tech.. Key West, Miami. I 
Pensacola. N.A. No. 1797 
HTA. 







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BRESNAHAN, M. E. 
Ensign 
128 Chestnut St., Lynn, 
Mass. Mass. Inst, of Tech., 
.Miami, PensacoJa. N. A. 
No. 1929. HTA. 




BRIGGS, LANDRUM O. 

Ensign 
100 Grace St., Suffolk, Va. 
Mass. Inst, of Tech., Key 
West, Miami, Pensacola. 
N. A. No. 1808. 




BRIMER, F. C. 

Ensign 
Stockton, Md. Mass. 

Inst, of Tech., Bay Shore. 
Pensacola. N. A. No. 1770. 
HTA. 



BRESNAHAN, WM. 11. 

Sludent OJJimr 
128 Chestnut St., Lynn, 
Mass. Mass. Inst, of Tech. 
HTA. 



BREWER, FHliD L., Jr. 

Lieul. (j.g.) 
224 Burr Oak Ave., Blue 
Island, III. Columbia 

Univ., Philaflclphia, Hamp- 
ton Roads. 



BRIDGMAN, DON. S. 
Ensign 
H. F. Bar Banch, Buffalo, 
Wyoming. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., Pensacola, Wash- 
iuKton, Miami. N. A. No. 
2M9. HTA. 




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BRIGGS, M. G. 
Ensign 
8.58 East 21st St., Brooklyn, 
N. Y. Mass. Inst, of Tech., 
Bay Shore, Pensacola, 
Hampton Roads. N. A. 
No. 1640. HTA. 




BRIGGS, WM. WRIGHT 

Ensign 
Cassville, N. Y. Mass. Inst, 
of Tech., Miami, Pensacola. 

Hampton Roads. N. A. 

No. 2280. HTA. 



BRIGHAM, WM. W. 

Ensign 
41 Wheatland Ave., Dor- 
chester, Mass. Mass. Inst, 
of Tech. Miami. HTA. 




BRIMER, WALLACE E. 

Ensign 
Snow Hill, Md. Mass. 
Inst, of Tech., Akron, 
Pensacola. N.A. No. 2293. 
LTA. 



BRINKERHOFF, R. J. 

SludeTil Officer 
408 Union St., West Spring- 
field, Mass. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., Boy Shore. HTA. 



BRISTOL, L. H,\STINGS 

Ensign 
282 Washington Ave., 
Brooklyn, N. Y. Mass. 
Inst, of Tech., Pensacola. 
N. A. No. 1714. HTA. 



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BRITT, GEORGE IT. 

Ensign 
622 Scranton Life Bldg., 
Scranton, Pa. Pauillnc, 
Fr.,EastIeigh, Eng. HTA. 



BRITTINGHAM.EDW.G. 

Ensign 
Care of British Vice Con- 
sulale, Gomez Palacio, Du- 
rango, Mexico. Mass. Inst, 
of Tech., Pensacola, Miami. 
N. A. No. 2053. HTA. 



BRITTON, J. W. 

Studenl Officer 
1314 11th St., Wichita 
Falls, Te.xas, SeaLlle, 
Wash., San Diego. HTA. 



BRITZ, EVERETT F. 

Ensign 
126 West 129th St., New 
York City. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., Bay Shore, Pen- 
sacola, Rockaway. N. A- 
No. 1704. 





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BROWN, C. 

Ensign 

Chapman Bldg., Spartan- 
burg. S. C. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., Miami, Pensacola. 
N. A. No. 1385. IITA. 



BROWN. CARROLL G.W. 

Sludenl Ofjlcer 
20 Fenelon St.. Dorchester, 
Mass. Miami. Brest, Fini- 
stere, Fr. LTA. 



BROWN. IL E. 

Ensign 
Stratford. Conn. Mass. 
Inst, of Tech.. Newport, 
Akron, Rockaway Beach, 
Key West. LTA. 



BROWN, J. W. A. 

Ensign 
107 New Rochelle St., 
Pittsbiirt^'h, Penna. M.I.T. 
Blue ilili Observatory, Op- 
erations, Wash., Montauk, 
New London. JITA. 




BROWN, KENNETH G. 

SlufJeni Ofjicer 
St. Albans, Vermont. Mass. 
Inst, of Tech., Cambridge. 
HTA. 



RROWN. RAYMOND R. 

Ensign 
30 Park Ave., Detroit, 
Mich. Ma.ss. Inst, of 

Tech., Akron, Pensacola. 
N. A. No. 2657 LTA. 




BROWN. VINCENT S. 

Ensign 
533 Clayton St., San Fran- 
cisco, Cal. Mass, Inst, of 
Tech., Akron, Pensacola. 
N. A. No. 1866. LTA. 



BRUCE, FRANK P. 

Student Ojficer 
2519 11th Ave. So., Minn., 
Minn. Dunwoody Inst.- 
lute, Minn. Miami. LTA. 




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BRUCE, LYSCOM A.. Jr. 

Ensign 
61 Rockwell St.. Dor- 
chester, Mass. Mass. Inst, 
of Tech.. Akron, Pensacola. 
N. A. No. 1566. LTA. 




BRYAN, JOHN B. 
Ensiijn 
1207 Avenue V., Sheeps- 
heud Bay, L. I., N. Y. 
Columbia Univ., Packard 
Factory, Hampton Roads, 
PauiUiac, Fr. UTA. 



BRUCE, WALTER T. 

En-tign 
.518 Hampton Place, Ports- 
mouth, Va. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., Pensacola. Hamp- 
ton Roads. N. A. No. 
97S. HTA. 



BRUNER, JAMES D. 

Sliident Ofjicer 

1216 22nd St., Rock Island, 

III. Dunwoody Inst., Minn., 

Miami. HTA. 



BRUSH, M. W. 

Lieut, ij.g.) 
Route No. 2, Germaotown, 
N. Y. Mass. Inst, of Tech., 
Key West. N. A. No. 
2112. 




BRYAN, WALTER C. 
Eiifiiijit 
\l?i Franklin Ave, lirook- 
lyn, N. Y. Mass, Insl. of 
Tech.. Bay Shore, Pen- 
sacola. N. A. No. 1567. 
HTA. 



BRYAN, WALTER D. 

Slur/rnt Officer 
Y. M. C. A.. Beaumont. 
I'exas. Seattle, Washiugton. 
HTA. 



BUCHANAN, W. G. 
Ensign 
21 Roosevelt Ave., Chico- 
pee, Mass. Mass. Inst of 
Tech., Miami, Pensacola 
N. A. No. 1980. HTA 





BURGESS. SULIJVAN 

Ensign 
2501 Ridpe Rd., Berkeley, 
Cal. Mass. Inst. Tech., 
Akron, Rockaway, Hamp- 
ton Roads, Key West. 
N. .A. No. 2679. LTA. 



HUBGKSS, W. EARL 
Ensign 
Wayne, W. Va. Mass. Inst, 
of Tech., Pensacola. Miami, 
Northern Bomb, Sq.. Fr. 
Moutchic, Ft. N. A. No 
900. HTA. 



BURGUNDER, B. J. 

Student Officer 
Esphinade Apts., Balti- 
more, Md. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., Miami. HTA. 



l^URKE, C. It.. 

Lieut. (j.(j.) 
1635' Laurel 'Ave., Knox- 
ville, Tenn."* Mass. Inst, of 
Tech.. Cambridge, Pen- 
sacola, IIampton#-'Roads. 
HTA. 




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BURLEIGH, L. A., Jr. 

Ensign 
9 Western Ave., Augusta, 
Maine, Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., Bay Shore, Pen- 
sacolu, Queenstown, Ire. 
N. A. No. 1267. HTA. 




BURNS, E. R. 

Lieut, (j.fi-) 
15 Pleasant St., Meriden, 
Conn. Rockaway Beach, 
Hampton Roads. R ii. 
Steam Engineering;, Wash. 
LTA 



BURNETT, C. E. 

Ensign 
.3612 Wyandot, K. C., Mo. 
Mass. Inst, of Tech., 



West, Miami. 
1532. HTA. 



Key 

N. A. No. 



BURNETT. T. J. 

Student Officer 
Fischer Store, Texas. Mass. 
Inst, of Tech., Key West. 
HTA. 



BURNHAM, H. C. 

Ensign 
4 Middle St.. Old Town, 
Maine. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., Miami, Pensacola, 
Rockaway Beach. N. A. 
No. 1317. HTA. 




BURNS, JOSEPH A. 

Ensign 
■119 Denniston Ave., Pitts- 
burgh, Pa. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech.. Miami. Pensacola. 
N. A. No. 1919. HTA. 



BURRAGE, CHAS. W. 
Ensign 
20 South 15th St., Flush- 
ing, N. Y. Columbia Uni- 
versity. Pensacola. Detroit, 
Great Lakes. HTA. 



BURRAGE, WALTER S 

Ensign 
42 Eliot St., Jamaica 
Plain, Mass. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., Bay Shore, Pen- 
sacola, Moutchic, Fr. N. 
A. No. 1248. HTA. 




(If) 
BURROWS, JULIAN S. 

Lieut. Ij.g.) 
Saginaw, Mich., Mass. Inst, 
of Tech.. Pensa. Moutchic, 
Pauillac. lie Tudy, L'Aber 
Vrach., Fr. N. A. No. 
308. HTA. 



BURRY, WILLIAM, Jr . 

Ensign 
1432 Astor St., Chica^'o, III. 
Mass. Inst, of Tech., Buy 
Shore, Pensacola. N. A. 
No. 1905. HTA. 



BURT. HENRY 
Lieut, ij.g.) 
Rronxville, New 
Eastleigh, England. 



R. BURTON, J. GILBERT 

Ensign 
York 1529 Henry Clay Ave.^ 
New Orleans, La. Mass. 
Inst, of Tech., Miami. 
HTA. 




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Baber, Malcolm J., Ensif^n. 
Backi_is, Clinton D., I^ii^iit. (j-f,'.)- 

Hade, William H., Student OIliciT, 5lli Third 
St., Urooklyn. N. Y. 

Baogeh. Jack MoonE. Ensifin, 9M V^. South Ti'mi)l(', 
Sail Laki- C.i(y, Uhih. N. A. No. 1650. 

Sliidcut Ollicer, 4 Crocus Hill, St. Paul, 
, Wash.; Miami, Fla. TITA. 
i:rt a., Lieut, (j.s ), Ham[ilon, Va. Mass. 
R. N. A. S. Roehampton, Cranwoll, Pem- 
uf. r.iiipaver. N. A. No. lOKh. IITA. 
., Jii., Sludcul OlVlcer, 112'J Park Ave., Now 



Baer, K. I!.. 
Minn. Seallle, 

Bailed', Albi-; 
Inst, of Tech., 
broke, Paimhi 

Bailev. n. C 
York Cily. 

Bmlei, Alonnis II., Erisit,'n, 4.5 Davidson Roa<l, Wor- 
cester, Mass. N. A. No. :!i:!. 

Bailey, Roscoe S., Ensign, Care of Western Colorado 
Power Co., Montrose, Colo, 

Baily, Livinostom B., Student Officer, Lancaster Ave., 
Ardinore, Pa. Mass, Inst, of Tech. IITA. 

liMRit, Benjajviin II., Lieut, (j.g.), Fairmont Hotel, San 
Francisco, Cal. Moutchic; French Foreign Legion, lie 
Tudy: Bolsena, Ilaly; Brest. N.A. No. 554. HTA 

Bakeh, C. F., Ensign, 16 Welen Head, Wellesley, Mass. 

BiKEii, Chas. W., Ensign, 628 Empire St., Ishpeming, 
Mich. 



Baker, Frederick, 
Rockland, Mass. Mas 
Fla. HTA. 



Student Ollice 
;. Insl. of Tech. 



■, 215 Market Si. 
Miami 



Cit 



Baker, J. L., Lieut, (j. g.), 140 W. lOStli St., 



Key West, 
New York 
Plymouth, 



Baker, II. E., Student Ofhcer, .363 Main Si 
Mich. 

Baker, Loyal S., Student Officer. 

Baker, Martin R., Student Officer, Hurston, R. F. I^. 
No. 7, Knoxville, Tenn. 

Baker, Mver.s E., Lieut, (j. g.). Great Neck, L. I., N. 
Y. N.A. No. 521. 

Baker, Philip D., Ensign, 2231 E. ,3d St., Duluth, Minn. 

Baker, Virgil P., Lieut. (JB). 2137 W. 21st St., I^os 
Angeles, Cal. 

Bakeb, W. C, Jr., Student Officer, 1863 Mctor St., 
Bronx, New York City. 

Baker, William, En,sign, 1807 Madison Ave., Toledo, 
Ohio. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Key West, Fla. N. A. No. 
1467. 

Bakewbll, Beiv.:amin p.. Ensign, 5529 Fiflh Ave., 
Pittsburgh, Pa. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Pensacola. 

Balovmn, G. O., Gunner. 

Baldwin, Leo A., ICnsign, 493 Classen Ave., Brooklyn, 
N. y, N. A. No. 1572. 

Baldwin, M. A.. Lieut, (j.g.), 504 11th St., South Fargo, 
N. Dak. Ma.ss. Inst, of Tech., Akron, Ohio; Pensacola, 
Fla.; MontanI, L. I., N. Y. LTA. 

Baldwin, Walter S., Jr., Ensign, 19 Woodruff Ave., 
Brooklyn, N. Y. Mass. Insl. of Tech., Akron, Ohio; 
Rockaway Beach. LTA. 

Baldwin, W. Lester, Ensign, 1101 Fidelity Bldg., 
Ballimore, Md. Mass. Insl. of Tech., Bnyshore, Pensa- 
cola, London, Eng. N. A. No. 13211. HTA. 

Ball, Frank K., Sludenl Ollicer, 300 N. Summer Ave., 
Creston, Iowa. 

Ballantine, Herbert W., Ensign. 550 Park Ave., 
New York City. 

Ballantine, John IL, Student Officer, CedarhiirsI, L. 

I., N, y. 

Ballard, Harry D., Student t)lficer, Winona, Miss. 
Mass. Inst, of Tech., Pensacola, Fla.; New Orleans, La. 



Ballew, a. D., Ensign, Tuckerman, Ark. M 
of Tech., Miami, Pensacola. N. A. No. 2131. I 
Balloij, Howard M., Student Officer. 

Joseph, Ensign, 9616 Indii 



Inst. 



'A. 



Bamrick, Edward 
Chicago, III. 

Banker, William J., 



Student Ollicer, Ukiah, Cal. 

Machinist, 1915 Woodward 



Bankhead, Clarence A. 
Ave., Detroit, Mich. 

Banks, Bobert L., Ensign, 2017 Ogden Ave., Superior, 
Wis. Mass. Insl. of Tech., Key West, Pensacola. N. A. 
No. 2406, HTA. 

Bannan, Francis E,, Student Officer. 

Bannister, JriHN E., Student Officer, 100 Conduit St., 
Annapolis, Md. 

Barbee, Harry, 

N. C. 




619 N. Blount St., Raleigl 



Bard, William H., Ensign, 27 S. Ninth St., 
Pa. N. A. No. 704. 

Barchi, Joseph P., Ensign, 474 West St., West Iloboken, 
N. J. 

Bahbot, H. v., Sludent Officer, 414 N. 2d St., Camden, 
Pa. 

Barcer, James A., Sludent Officer, 144 Green Ave., 
Detroit, Mich. 

Barie, William L., Ensign, 490 Bewick Ave., Detroit, 
Mich. Key West, Miami, Pensacola. HTA. 

Bark, Earle li., 732 West Ave., Elyria, Ohio. N. A. 
No. 707. 

liARKta.EW, Elwood IL, Ensigu, 140 W. 371h St., I^os 
Angeles, Cal. N. A. No. 2416. 

Barker, Francis M., Student Officer, Care of Wads- 
worlh Noyes, 120 Exchange St., Portland, Maine. Mass. 
Inst, of Tech. IITA. 

Barker, G. S., Ensign, 1851 E. 97th St., Cleveland, 
Ohio. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Akron, Ilaraidon Roads, 
U. S. S. Nevada; Bantry Bay, Ireland, LTA. 

Barker, Raymond, Student Officer, 409 W. 71sl St., 
Chicago. Mass. Inst, of Tech. HTA, 

Barkley, Lacy E., Student Officer, Enfield, N. C. 

Barlow, Habry N., Student Officer, Bethany, Mo. 
Seallle, Wash. IITA. 

Barnaby, Conrad, P^nsign. 

Barnes. A. K., Ensign, Dublin, Texas. Mass. Insl. of 
Tech., Miami, Pensacola, Key West. N. A. No. 1807, 
LTA. 

Barnes, Baron S., Ensign, 1140 Wood Ave., Colo. 
Springs, Colo. N. A. No. 1207, 

Barnes, Donald D., Ensign, New York Mills, Oneeda 
Co , New York State. Mass, Inst, of Tech., Norfolk, 
Pensacola: Wash., D. C: Chicago. N. A. No. 562. 

Barnes, Harry P., Student Olficer, Ambler, Pa. 

Barnes, J. P., Carpenter, N. A. No. 670. 

Barnes, Philip J.. Lieut, (j.g.), Williamslown, Mass. 

Barnes, W^\LTER G., Student Officer, 2639 Aldrich Ave. , 
South Minneapolis, Minn. 

Barnett, Danii;l W., Ensign, 210 E. Ninlh St., Rome, 
Ga. Mass. Insl. of Tech., Bay Shore, N. Y.; Pensacola, 
Fla. N. A. No. 1935. HTA, 

Barnett, Marshall D., Student Officer, 5456 Vickery 
Blvd., Dallas, Texas Ma.ss. Inst, of Tech., Pensacola, 
Flu,; New Orleans, La. 

Barnett, Robert F., Ensign, Latrobe, Pa. Mass. 
Inst, of Tech., Bayshore, L. I.; Pensacola, Fla. N. A. No. 
2032. HTA. 

Barnom, D. S., Ensign, 312 Highland Ave., Syracuse, 
N. Y. N. A. No. 677. 

Babr, C. C, Student Officer, 169 Park Place, Brooklyn, 
N. Y. 

Bahr, Samuel D., Ensign. 

Barr, Thomas Tlirner, Jr., Ensign, Mefuchen, N. J. 
Mass. Inst, of Ter;h., Pensacola, Miami, Pauillac, Mout- 
chic, Trojan. HTA. 

Barr, W. M., Lieut, (j.g.), 14 Wall St., New York City. 
Mass. Inst, of Tech., Bay Shore. Kev W^est, Moutchic, 
St, Trojan, France. N. A. No. 381. HTA. 

Barratt, Roswell F., Lieut, (j.g.), 133 Harrison Si., 
East Orange, N. J. Mass. Inst, of Tech.; Blue Hill, 
Washington, Paimboeuf, Paris, London, LI. S. S. Arooatook 
(Transatlantic Flight Duty). 

Barrett, Joseph D., Student Ollicer. 

Barrett, W^illiam S., Sludent Officer, 20 Habcock St., 
Providence, R, I. 

Barrie, 0. S., Boatswain, 1442 Temple Place, .St. Louis, 
Mo. Great Lakes, 111. 

Babbie, Robebt, Jb., Student Officer, Rose Lane, Haver- 
ford, Pa. Mass. Inst, of Tech, HTA. 

Bartholomew, Herbebt, Student Ollicer, 410 John St., 
Champaigne, 111. 

Babtholomew, O. a., P^nsign, 2809 Irving Ave., South 
Minneapolis, Minn. 

Babthleson, August C, Ensign, 811 Gibson St., Muske- 
gon, Okla. N. A. No. 2355. 

Babtlett, William E. A. S., Sludenl (Jfficer. 

Barton, Charles W., Student Officer, 126 23d St., 
Ehnhurst, L. I., N. Y, 

Rarton, Fred B., Ensign, 835 W. Market St., Akron, 
Ohio, Mass. Inst, of Tech., Rockaway, Akron. LTA. 

Babuch, Walteb B., Machinist. 

Barus, Maxwell, Student Officer, 5 Nassau St., New 
York City. 

Basham, a, B„ Student Officer, 438 W. 11th St., Shaw- 
nee, Okla. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Key West, Fla, HTA. 



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i 




Bass, Walteh IT., Studimt Ollinor, 82 Mellin Ave., 
Akron, Ohio. N. A. No. IWi. 

Bassett, C. C, Jn., Lieut, (j.g.). Harvard Club, Now 
York Cily. Lafayette F. C, iVloulchic, Dunkerqiie, 
Northern Bomb. Gr., R. A. F., Miami. N. A. No. 1:116. 
HTA. 

Bassett, Nohm\n Donrn.AS, Student OIHcer, Demonat 
Priming Co., Moeliser, Wis. Ounwoody Insl. IITA. 

Baskette, Geo. Lemoyne, 113 Bloor St. West, Toronio, 
Ontario. 

Batcheloh, IlicMn A., Lieut. G-g-), N- A. No. 7.5.J. 

Batemin, .[. W., Sluilenl Ollieer, Dividing Creek, Cum- 
berland Co., N. J. Seattle, Wash. HTA. 

Bateman, Roland, Student OITicer, .') I'J Ml. Vernon St., 
Lawrence, Mass. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Bay Shore. 

Bates, Bennett, Ensign, 471 Park Ave., New York 
City. Mass. Inst. ofTech., Miami, Pensacola. N. A. No. 
23H2. HTA. 

BiTE.s. Chestep A., ICnsign, 78 Bidge Ave., Pawtucket, 
R. I. N. A. N(j. l.jlO. 

Bates, Habold ()., Lieut, (j.g.), 181 Seyburn Ave., 
Delroit, Mich. Bullalo, New York City. 

Bates, liAROt.D, Ensign, 181 Seyburn Ave., Detroit, 
Mich. 

Bates. ILmhoson, Eitsign, 311 C St., N. W., Wash., 
D. C. N. A. No. 2219. 

Battle, C. E., Lieut. 

Battle, G. K., Student Olliccr, 13 Wasliington Terrace, 
St. Louis, Mo. Seattle, Wash. HTA. 

Batts, Walter II. 

Baiim, James E., Jn., Lieut, f.j.g.), Daniel, Lincoln Co., 
Wyoming. Mass. Inst, ol' Tech., Pensactjla, Washington. 
Killingholmc, Eng. ; Dundee, Scotland. N. A. No. 226. 
HTA. 

BiuMAN, Walter M., Student Oiricer. 18111 Calvert St., 
N. W., Washington, D. C. 

Baur, Raymond A., Ensign. 

Baur, William R., Student OITicer, Phi Kappa I'si 
House, Easton, Pa. 

Bayless, Alec C, Student (Jllicer, Tlie Nevvs-Journid, 
Dallas, Texas. 

Beadleston, C. p.. Lieut, (j.g.), r,0() Madison Ave., New 
York Cily. N. A. No. .'iOl. 

Beales, D. 1\, Ensign, Inter-Stale Niit'l Bank, Kansas 
City, Mo. 

Beattie, James S., Ensign, 1359 Vermont .\ve., Delroit, 
Mich. N. A. No. 2l.il. 

Beatty, John L., Studeni Ollicer. 691 Highland .\ve., 
Washington, D. C. 

Bealichamp, Rkjhard a., Ensign, >San Pedro, Cal. 
N. A., No. 1691. 

BeavI'Ir, Jacob Julius, Student Ollicer, 21 Baker .\vc., 
Dover, N. J. 

Beazlev, B. J., Student Ollicer, U[.per Zioii, Va. Seat- 
tle, Wash. HTA. 

Beck, John Iv, hlnsign, .5111 Powell Si,. .Sail Krancisco, 
Cal. Miiss. Insl. ol Tech., San Diego, Pensacola. N. A. 
No. 1238. HTA. 

Becker, Charles B., Ensign, Irvinglon-the-Hiidson, 
New York City. 

Beckhirt, Benj. II., Student Ollicer, 133 Pearl St., 
Denver, Colo. 

Beckwith, Alfred A., Ensign, 728 Stanley St., New 
Britain, Conn. ' 

Beckwith, Paul S., Ensign, Siller, Nebr. 

Bkede, F. R., Ensign, Antioch, Cal. N. A. No. 1619. 

Beeker, Samuel T., Student OITicer. 

Beer, Ethan A., Student Ollicer, 100 Charles Biver Rd., 
Cambridge, Mass. 

Beers, Henry .Samuel, Student Officer, 63 Fair St., 
Guilford, Conn. Mass. Inst, of Tech. IIT.\. 

Beggs, Eugene W., Student Officer, 289 Bidgewood 
Ave., Glen Ridge, N. J. 

Regley, John S., Ensign, 21 1 Lyinen St., Ilolyoke, -Mass. 
Mass. Inst, of Tech., Pensacola. LJA. 

Beirnk, Milton J., Student Ollicer, 3731 2d St., Bich- 
inond, Va. 

Bell, Harold W., Ensign, Lakeview, Ort^gon. N. A. 
No. 156.5. 

Bell, Iceland M., Ensign, 2729 Forest Ave., Berkeley, 
Cal. Seattle, San Diego, Pensacola, Fla. N. A. No. 2377. 
HTA. 

Bell, William W., Lieut, (j.g.). Palisade Ave., Engle- 
wood, N J. Pensacola, Hunlinglon; iVloulchic, St. Trojan 
(Fr.) ; Bay Shore, Hampton Roads. N. A. No. 287, 



Bellen, Dai,to>- M., Student Olficer, 316 Hunlington 
Ave., Boston, Mass. 

Bellman, Russell S., Ensign, 1931 S. First St., Louis- 
ville, Ky. Mass. Inst. ofTech., Miami, Pensacola. N. A. 
No. 1689. 

Belmer, Charles W., Student Ollicer, 163 W. 12th St., 
New York City. 

Benedict, H. G., Ensign, 119 Fifth Ave., Boselle, N. J. 
Mass. Inst, of Tech., Bay Shore, Pensacola, Moutchic, 
Arcachon (Fr.). N. A. No. 919. HTA. 

Benedict, Thomas H., Ensign, 1 19 >\". 5lh .\ve., Boselle, 
N. J. Mass. Inst. ofTech., Key West, Miami, Moutchic, 
.Malpensa (Italy). N. A. No. 1152. HTA. 

Ben.iamin, Babet O., Student Olficer, 31(1 W. 86th St., 
New York City. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Miami. HTA. 

Ben.iamin, Henry R., Lieut, (j.g.), 2 E. 87th St., New 
Y'ork City. Bay Shore, Miami, Moutchic, Cusulia, Mal- 
pensa, Italy; St. Inglevert, France, British Squadron 
211, France; Brouge, Belgium. N. A. No. 238. 

Benner, Charles V., Ensign, Englewood, N. J. N. A. 
No 2166. 

Benner, Robert L., Student Olficer, 921 Belmont Ave., 
Grand Forks, N. Dak. 

Bennet, Augustus W., Student OITicer. 115 Ft. Wash- 
ington Ave., New York City. Mass. Inst, of Tc-ch, HTA. 

Bennet, J. W., Boatswain. 

Bennett, Frederick M., Student Olficer, 823 Lincoln 
Ave., Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Bennett, Harry W. 

Bennett, Hubert D.. Ensign. 3232 CoUingwood Ave., 
Toledo, Ohio. Mass. Inst, of Tech., .Miami, Pensacola, 
KiUingholme, Eng. N. A. No. 1269. IIIW. 

Bensing, Geo. W., Gunner. 

Bebg, ICinvr a., Sludi-nl Olficer, 168 Stale St., St. Paul, 
Minn. 

Bebgeb, F. C. B., Lieut, (j.g.). N. A. No. 171. 

Bergin, Thomas M., Lieut, (j.g), 81 Columbia Boad, 
Boston, Mass. N. A. No. 232. 

Bergman, Balph W., Student Olficer, Newton, Iowa. 
Dunwoody Inst., Miami, Fla. HTA. 

Bering, Robert E., ^H., Ensign, 1500 Page St., San 
Francisco, Cal. N. A. No. 2002. 

Berkey, Russell S., Lieut, (j.g.) 

Berns, Julius L, Student Olficer, 11 Blackstone St., 
Bostciii, Mass. 

BERstai VR \CK, Clarence F., Student Ollicer. 

Bi.;rtine, I^dwin K., Ensign, 57 S. Second Ave., Ml. 
Vernon, iN . Y. N. A. No. 2115. 

Bertolett, Edwin .\., Sludcujt (jUicer, 569 Lancaster 
Ave., Bryu Mawr, Pa. 

Bertoneibe, (}. \\ ., I'aisign. 

Best, Herbert W., Ensign, 49:i Cominonweallli Ave., 
Boston. .Mass. .Mass. Insl. ofTech., Bayshore, Pensacola, 
Norlh Sydney, Miami. N. A. No. 1137. HTA. 

Bethel, E. Turner, Student Ollicer, 910 W. Grace Si., 
Bichmond, \ a. Mass. Inst. ofTech., Key West. HTA. 

Bettridge. John Clarence, Ensign, 1210 Logan Ave. 
Minneapolis, Minn. 

Betz. Geo., Jr.. Student Olficer, .\shersville, Ky. jMass. 
Inst, of Tech., Bay Shore, Brunswick, Key West. 

Bevier, B. B., Ensign, 212 Berkeley Place, Brooklyn, 
N. Y. 

Bidwell, Clyde C Student Officer, 175 Beacon St., 
Hartford, Conn. 

BiDUELL, G. IL, Ensign, Kinsley, Kaas. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., Bay Shore, Pensacola. N. A. No. 2222. 

Bi(;elow, Loyal A., Student Olficer, 10 S, LaSalle St., 
Chicago, HI. 

Bigelow, Robert B., Ertsign. 1520 Hill St., Ann Arbor, 
Mich. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Bay Shore. Pensacola. N. A. 
No. 2250 LTA. 

Biggehs, Clyde K., Ensign, .Stephenville, Texas. 

Biggs, Carl IL, Ensign, 1 Central Ave., Ithaca, N. Y. 
N. A. iNo. 1273. 

Biggs, James R., Ensign, N. A. No. 708. 

Bigler, Frederick A., Machinist, 501 Superior Ave., 
Chippewa Falls, \\ is. 

Bigler. Paul G., Galveston, Ind. N. .\. No. 2381. 

Bilderb\ck, Gordon B., Student tjflicer. Church St., 
Champaign, III. 

Billings, Dwight B., Lieut, (j.g.), 9 West St., North 
Somerville, Mass. N. A. No. 2173. 



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Bingham, Robert Worth, Jr., Student Officer, Chero- 
kee Park, Louisville, Ky. 

Bingham, R. W., Jr., Student OfTicer, Glonview, Ky. 
Mass. lust, of Tech., Bay Shore. LTA. 

Bingham, Roy R.. Ensign. N. A. No. 243.5. 

Bishop, Carey W., Ensign. 520.3 S. Jay Si., Takoma, 
Wash. N. A. No. 2.i58. 

Bitter, Herbert C. Student Olfieer, 3700 N. Ilormi- 
tape Ave., Chicago, 111. 

Black, IIulon W., Student OITiccr, 1906 Guadalupe St., 
Austin, Texas. 

Blackburn, James D., Ensign. N. A. No. 2128. 

Blackstock, B. T., Machinist, 13524 EarlwUd Rd., 
Cleveland, Ohio. 

Blackwell, W. E., Ensign, 2326 Webster St., Berkeley, 
Cal. Mass. Inst, of Tech., San Diego, Pensacola, Rocka- 
way Beach. N. A. No. 1428. HTA. 

Blackwell, William M., Ensign, Marion, S. C. Mass. 
Inst, of Tech., Miami, Key West, Pensacola. N. A. No. 
2633. HTA. 

Blade, Estle J., Gunner. 

Bladsworth, Timothy P., Machinist. 

Blagden, Francis Meredith, Student Ollicer, 176 E. 
70th St.. New York City. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Bay Shore, 
Pensacola. 

Blair, Francis King, Ensig 
Chicago, 111. N. A. No. 1112. 




653 Waveland Ave., 



Blair, Geo. B., Student Officer, 209 Bcall Ave., Wooster, 
Ohio. 

Blair, Lawrence D., Lieut. Ij.g.), 808 Devonshire St., 
Pittsburgh. Pa. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Operations, Wash., 
D. C, Key West. N. A. No. 2111. HTA. 

Blair, Octave, Ensign, 995 Madison Ave., Ne%v York 
City. 

Blair, Roy B., Student Officer, 758 Stout Ave., Wyom- 
!?&. ""'"'"'"'■ O'"o- Mass. Inst, of Tech., Miami, Fla. 
H I A. 

Blair, Thoma.s S., Lieut, (j.g.), 745 N. Michigan Ave,, 
Chicago, III. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Key West. N. A. No. 
1491. HTA. 



Bla 
helm 
Bla KEY, 



:,AKESLEE, Marshall 
Chelmsford, Mass. 



E., Student Officer, North 



. R. K., Lieut, (j.g.) 

Blalock. John W., Student Officer, Southern Bank & 
I rust Co., Valdosta, Ga. 



Blanchard, Donald D 
Bronx, N. Y, 

Blanchard, Harold F., Lieut, (i g ) 
New York City. ^^ 



Ensign, 1818 Topping Ave.. 
12iW. 103d St., 



Student (;)fficer, WiUiamstown 



A. No. 284. 



Blanchard, Isaac M 
Mass. 

Blanchard, M. B. N. 

Blandford, John B., Jr., Student Officer, 174 Terrace 
Ave Hasbrouck Heights, N. J. Mass. Inst, of Tech. 
il 1 A. 

r.r^i""^''^'''^' I "■• Ensign, 12 S. Portland Ave., Brooklyn, 
N. Y. N. A. No. 716. 

^ liLEiSTEiN, C. W., Lieut, (j.g.), 743 Main Street, Bulfalo, 

Blewitt, Bertram J., Student Officer, 
Bllss, Wyllys King, Student Officer, 4929 Lotus Ave., 
ht. Louis, Mo. Seattle, Wash.; San Diego. HTA. 
Bloch, Bernard, Ensign, Mallyn Boad, Merion, Pa. 
Block, Harold S., Ensign, Wheeling, W. Va. 

Bloogett, Frank C. P., Lieut, (j.g.), 825 Court St., 
Janesville, Wis. 

Slude 



Blomfeldt, Allen A 
St., Chicago, 111. 

Blood, Geo. Whitefield, Ensigi 

Bloom field, II. 1{ M 
York City. 

Blossom, F. M.. Ensign 
N. A. No. 1798. 



I (.Iffi.i.T. 108 W. Jcllerson 



Blossom, H. M., l']ns 
N. A. No. 2129. 



:hiiiisl, 170 E. 751 h S(., New 
1630 fllcn Oak Si., Peoria, 111. 
41 Rudder Si., Delroil, Miih. 



Blotneh, Felix M., Ensign, N. A. No. 920, 
Bludworth, T. F., Machinist, Fanwood, N. 





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BoDiNE, Richard H., Student Officer, 1323 Carr Avenue, 
Memphis, Tenn., Mass. Inst, of Tech., Key West, Fla. 
MTA. 

BoKDicKEB, Earl O., Ensife'ii, 161 N. Portage Drive, 
Akron, Ohio. 

BoE=HME», Frank C. Student Officer. 1220 S. 20lh St.. 
Lincoln, Ncbr. Mass. Inst, of Tech. LTA. 

BoEHNLE[N, Charles, Student Officer, 2004 Grand 
Ave. S., Minneapolis, Minn. Mass. Inst, of Tech. HTA. 

BoKiNG. W. E., Lieut, (j.j?.). Care of Boeing Aeroplane 
Co., Seattle, Wash. 

Bor.ART. Gilbert D., Student Oificer, 142 Ascension St., 
Passaic. N. J. Mass. Inst, of Tech, LTA. 

BoGER, Frederick, Jb., Ensign, 64 St. Marks Place, 
New Brifjhton, N. Y. Bay Shore. Mass. Ins), of Tech., 
Pensa(M)la, Moutchic (France), Killingholme, Bay Shore, 
Long Island. N. A. No. 290. 

BoGGs, E. C, Ensign. 

BoiiACKET, Lawrence A., Ensign, 579 Cross Ave., 
Detroit. Mich. 

Bohmfalk, J. F., Student Officer, 8.51 Lexington Ave., 
New York City. 

HoKiEN, Ernest A., Machinist, 938 W. 61st St., Seattle, 
Wash. Columbia Univ., Seattle, Wash; San Diego, Cal.; 
Detroit, Mich.; Philadelphia. 

BoLiNGER, John C. Ensign, Methow, Okanogan Co., 
Wash. N. A. No. 1669. 

Bolton, Raymond E., Student Officer, National Press 
Cluh, Washington, D. C. 

BoMGARDNER, II., Lieut, (j.g). La Junta, Colo. Mass. 
Inst, of Terh.. Bay Shore, L. I.; Pensacola, Fla. N. A. 
No. 948. HTA. 

Bonaparte, Anthony, Gunner. 

Bond, George H., Student Officer, 742 Highland Ave., 
Atlanla, Ga. Seattle, Wash. 

Bone. Lewis Bernard, Student Officer, 3615 Noble 
Ave., Dallas, Texas. 

BoNEHiLi,, J.\mes Henry, Ensign. 

BoNiN, Pierre E., Student Officer, 256 Aspinwall Ave., 
Brookline, Mass. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Miami. Fla. HTA. 

BoNNEFOND, Raymond E., Student Officer, Hancock, 
Delaware Cd.. New York. 

BuNNOR. Charles A., Student Officer, 6750 Merrill Ave. 
Chicago, 111. 

BoncHEKs. Willi \M C, Student Officer, 755 Irving St., 
Portland, Oregon. 

BoREMAN, Robert W., Student Officer, Middlehourne, 
W. Va. Mass. Inst, of Tech. HTA. 

BoREN. Norman A., Student Officer, Pamona. N. C. 

Borlaind, R. M., Ensign, Martinez. Cal. Mass. Inst, 
of Tech., Akron, Rockaway Beach. LTA. 

BosAK, M. J., Jr., Ensign, 452 Riverside Drive, New 
York City. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Bay Shore, Key West, 
Miami. N. A., No. 1533. HTA. 

BoswELL, Roland R., Student Officer. 1625 York St., 
Quiiicy, 111. 

BoTZUM, Charles A.. Ensign. 1512 Oxford St., Berkeley 
Cal. N. A. No. 1607. 

BouLDiN, William, Ensign, 107 Mt. Pleasant Ave.. 
West Orange, N. J. 

Bourne, Bradley W., Student Officer, Lancaster, Ky. 
Mass. Inst, of Tech. HTA. 

BouRQUiN, C- R., Student Officer, 223 N. Excelsior St., 
Bulle, Mont. 

BowEN, John B., Ensign. 

Bower, D. V., Student Officer, Campbell. V 
No. 2154. 

Bo\\ ers, Charle; 
Canlun, N. Y. 

Howes, Harvey R 
Phila.. Pa. 

Sludenl Officer, lledrick 



N. A 

E.. Sludenl Officer, .35 Park St. 

Ensign, 6105 Woodland Ave., 

Iowa 

92 Oakland Ave. 



land Ave 



BowLiN, Emil R 
Mass. Inst, of Tech. 

ItowMAN, B. W., Student Olfic 
Akn.n, O. Seattle. Wasli. HTA. 

BctwMAN, Marijuis, Student (Officer, Psi Upsilon House, 
WiUiamstown, Mass. 

Bowman, Riley, Ensign, Parkersbiirp, W. Va. 

Bowman, Ripley, Ensign, 17 Roi-k Creek Church Rd., 
Washinglon, D. C. 

BowMVN, W. n.. Ensign, Bridgeport, Conn. Pclham 
Bay. Columbia Univ., Calais, Pauillac. HTA. 

Bowser. Al\n W., Student Officer, 108 W. 3d St., 
OkUihoma City. Okla. Seattle, Wash.; San Diego. 



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BoWYEB, Frank P., Sludcnl Olficnr, Care of 
Casket Co., Tampa, Fla. 

Boyd, J. C, Lieiil. (j.g.), .ill Uppnr Ml. Avp. 
lair, N. J. 

Boyd, Thomas F., Ensign, Care of Union Oil Co. of Cal., 
Oleum, Cal. Mass. Insl. of Tech., Pen.sacola, Key West 
Miami, Anaeoslio, Washinglon, D. C. N. A. No. 1.302. 
», '^?™^'^''' KiMAB, Maehinist, Monroe Place, Larchmonl. 
INorlolk, \a. Annapolis, Md., Pensacola, Hampton Roads. 
Mexico, France, England, Fleet. N. A. No. 17:!6. IITA. 

BoYEB, IIOWAHD S., Sliident OITic 
Trenton, N. J. 

BoYEs, Gordon M., Knsigii. 

BOYNTON, AlVAH B., LicLlI 

Cambridge, Mass. 

BovNTON. Nehemiah, .III.. HnsiKii, 379 Washington A 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Br\bson, OEORGt: I)\NA. Stiiden 
Johnson City, Tenu. 

Bhadbuhy, James A., Jr., Sludeiil 
way, New York Cily. 

Bradfiei.d, J. R., Slii.l.-nl Odii-r 
Dallas, Texas. Mass. Insl. of TitIi. 

Bradford, Smiih M L 
N. A. No. .51)64. 

Bradley, Andervii.le S.. Sludcnl Ollicer. .Miinro Ave 
\Aynnlon, Columbus, tia. 

Bradley, G. Donald, Lieu 
Edmonlon, Alberla. Canad; 
Bullulo, Daylon, Ohio. 

Bradley, Tudor \V.. I'^nsit 
N. J. 

Braoy. Chaiu.ks v., I'^nsigi 
Mo. N. A. No. llj.S. 

Bbady, J. B., Ensign. 

Brady, John C, Sludcnl Olliccr. 

Brady, Richard M., I'^nsigri. Rapid.i 
Lakes, BI.; liamjiton Roads. Va. 

Brainard, M. S., Gunner. 

Bbamioan, Abthub T., Student Oinccr, Waylarid. Mass 

Brandt, William E., Student Offieer, Co. L, 71 h Rcgl. 
Cami) Perry, Great Lakes, 111. 

Br,\ndenstein, Errol W., I'aisigri. N. A 

Brannan, William Forrest, !•] 
Bryan, f)liio. N. A. No. IMi*. 

Bransome, E. n., Lif^iilcnaiil, Engineers 
dclphia. Pa. N. A. No. l^ltn. 

Br,\nson, Frank L., I'^nsign. F.iirfax, Ala 
of Tech., Pensacola, Challiain. HTA. 

Bbaun, Christian W., Sludcnl Olliccr, 
St., Patorson, N. J. 

Bbeathitt, James, Jr., Sludent Ollicer. Hopkinsvillc 
Ky. Mass. Insl. of Tech., Bay Shore. HTA. 

Breck, Lewis T., Boalswain. 5.jI7 Wailermaii Ave. 
St. Louis. Mo. 

Bbeen, James W.. Gunner. 

Breen, Leonard J., Kn 
son, N. J. 

Breese, James L., Jr., I. 

Bremier. Fred, Student Olliccr, Univcrsily Club. Wash 
ington, D. C. Mass. Insl. of Tech. HTA. 

Bre.nnan. Edw.vrd. Licul. (ig.). South.miptoi 
N. Y.; Bay Shore. N. '^ . : Kcv \\i>sl. Fla.; CI 
Mass. HTA. 

Brennan. Hubert, Student Ollicer. 

Brennan. John R., Ensign, Harringlon Ilolel, ^\'ash 
ington, I^. C. 

Brennan, Robert, Ensign, Denison. Texas 
Insl. of Tech., Key West, Miami, Pensacola. Fla 
No. 1668. IITA. 

Brenza, Julius C, Slud 
Blvd., Chicago. 

Pressman, A. A., Ensign. 

Brett, Donald C, Slud< 
Phila:lelphia. Pa. 

Brettel, C, Ensign, l.il N;iglc^ A 

Brewer, Edward S., Licul. (.j.g.). 6.30 Canton Ave. 
Millon, Mass. Pensacola, Fla.: R. N. A. S. Weslgale, 
Portland: Felixstowe, Eng.; St. Trojan, Arcachon, France. 
N. A. No. 197. HTA. 

Brewer, J. S., Student Officer, :506 S. Monroe St.. Balti- 
more, Md. Pensacola, Fia. 

Brewster. Charles H., Lieut, (j.g.). 11.3 Waverly 
Place, New York City. Mass. Insl. of Tech.. Pensacola. 
Killingholme, R. A. F. : Callerick, Eng.; Northern Bomb. 
Group. N. A. No. S26. HTA. 



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Breyman, Chas. H., Ensign. 

Brice, M. D., Ensign. 

Brickell, Harry L., Machinist. 

Bridge, R. S., Ensign, 229 Van Dyke Ave, Iletroit, 
Mich. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Pensacola, l,)ucenslown. Ire. 
Rockaway, L. I. N. A. No. 910. HTA. 

Bridgeman, Hollis L., Ensign, 471 Broadway, Cam- 
bridge, Mass. 

Briggs, Clark W., Student ttflicer. 

BniGGS, Ferris B., Student Officer, ,373 Washinglou 
Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Bhiggs, L. G., Machinist. 

Brigham, Wm., Ensign, 2829 \^aIleio St.. San Francisco, 
Cal. 

Bringham, Lucien M., Ensign. 

Brinkmam, Raymond Oliver, Ensign. II \\o{>dbinc St.. 
Hartford, Conn. .Mass. Insl. of Tech., .'Vkron, Ohio; 
Pensacola, Fla. N. A. No. 2152. LTA. 

Britt, Raymond L., Sludent Officer. 

Bbittan, Joe M., Student OfTicer. 

Britton, Roswell S., Ensign, Bo\ No. 21 1. New Bern, 

N. C. N. A. No. 1953. 

Broadfoot, \A'm. G., Student Officer, Connelly Springs, 
N. C. 



d C, Ensign, 520 \\ arwii 
.voo^ly Inst.. Miami. Pcn^ 



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550 First St., 



111th St., 
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Brock. Donal 
worth. 111. Dun 
No. 2337. HTA 

Brockwell, W^i. a., Licul. (j.g.) 
Wushinglon, D. C. N. A. No.'33t 

Brok.^w. John B.. Sludent Ollic 
Tacoma, Wash. 

Bronson, Daniel Dorranci 
Fairmont St., N. \V., Washington 

Bronson, Hiram S.. Jr.. .Stud 
Ave., Columbus, l^hio. 

Brooks, Bhir ,\I., Sludcnl (.Xlicei 
New York Cily. 

Brooks, D. W., Lieut, (j.g.), Dcssoi: 

Brooks, Garnett T.. Student Oflicci 
Mass Insl. of Tech., Miami, Fla. HTA 

Brooks, James L., Student Olhcer, 1009 
Birmingham, Ala. 

Brooks, Walter A.. ICnsigiu N. A. No. 

Brotherhood, John O., Student Ollicer, 
Brooklyn, N. Y'. 

Brown, Allan IL, Sludent Officer, 2123 W 
Chicago. Mass. Inst, of Tech. IITA. 

Brown, Archibald M., Ensign, Stony Brook, L 
Y. 

Brown. Carl W., Student Officer, Commercial Hotel, 
Cresson, Pa. 

Brown, Charles O., Student fllficcr, 1730 Main St., 
Columbia, S. C. Mass. Inst, of Tech., VVingfoot Lake, 
Akron, Ohio. LTA. 

Brown, Charles Seamans, Student Officer, 726 W. 
Onondaga St., Syracuse, N. Y. Great Lakes. 

Brown, Da\'id La Tourette, Ensign, 280 W. End Ave., 
New Y'ork City. Mass. Insl. of Tech.. Bay Shore, Pensa- 
cola. Brest. Moutchic. Arcachon. HTA. 

Brown, E. H., Machinist, P. O. Box 215, llion, N. Y. 

Brown, Floyd H., Sludent Officer, Logan, Iowa. 

Brown, Geo. \\ ., Sludent Olhcer, 595 Riverside Drive, 
New York City. 

Brown, Geo. W., Machinist. 

Brown. Herm.^n D., Sludent Officer, 17 Dresser St., 
Southbridge, Mass. 

Brown, J. N.. Ensign. 

Brown. Joh.n Francis. Lieut, (j.g. 
Providence. R. I. Mass. Inst, of Tech 
A. No. 1489. HTA. 

Brown, J. Q., Jr., Ensign, 2100 M 
Cal. Seattle. Wash.; San Diego, C.ll 
N. A. No. 1960. HTA. 

Brown, Lawrence W., Ensign. N. A. No. 65}^. 

Bbown, Leon.\rd T., Carpenter. 

Brown, Milford N., Student Officer, 209 S. Stale St. 
Ann Arbor, Mich. 

Brown, Stew.\rt W., Student Officer. 

Brown, Waldo H., Ensign. N. A. No. 158. 

Brown, Wilfred J., Lieut. (J.g). 

Brown. Wm. G., Ensign. Rye Beach, N. H. Mass. Inst 
of Tech., Washington, D. C. Aero Engi. Detail, Boston. 

Brown, Wm. N., Student Omcer, 1203 Eutaw PI. 
Baltimore, Md. 



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Bbowive, H. J., Ensign,. N. A. No. 715. 
Browning, Robert S.. Ensign. 1099 Dean Si.. Brooklyn. 
N.Y. N.A. No. 1606. 

Bruckh.vliser, Wm. K., Lioiit. (j.g.), Baldwin, L. I.. N. Y. 
Mass. Inst, of Tech., l^ensacola, Moutchie. Fr., Stonohenge, 
Eng.. Killingholme, Eng. N. A. No. 3.58. 

Brummttt, L. W., Student Ofiicer, Care of General Mot or 
Corp., Holbrook Ave., and G. T. R. R., Detroit, Mich. 
Seattle, Wash.; San Diego, Pensacola. HTA. 
BniiNELLE, Henry E., Student Officer. 
Bbuner, Donald B., Student Oflicer, 1216 22nd St., 
Rock Island, 111. 

Bruneh, Harold Milton, Student Officer, 1116 Browne 
Ave., Erie, Pu. Mass. Inst, of Tech. HTA. 

Brunhouse, Robt. S., Student Offi"'!r, 1819 Chestnut St., 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

Bruning, a. J., Student Oflicer, 12.31 W. Jefferson St., 
Louisville, Ky. Dunwoody Inst., Great Lakes, Miami. 
HTA. 

Brusstar, James S., Student Officer, 758 Lothrop Ave., 
Detroit, Mich. 

Bryant, R. C, Ensign, 88 Henry St., Binghamton, N. Y. 
Mass. Inst, of Tech., Pensacola. N. A. No. 339. LTA. 
Bryne, F. J., War. Gun. 

Buchanan, Archihald A., Studenl Officer, 76 Decatur 
St., Brooklyn, N. Y. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Bensonhurst, 
Pelham Bay, Key West. HTA. 
Buchanan, T. S., Ensign. 

Buchanan, \^^ W., Machinist, Cornwell, Mass. 
Buck, Ellswcjrth B., Ensign, 60 Marion Ave., Staple- 
ton, S. I., N. Y. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Blue Hill Ob- 
servatory, Operations, Naval Observatory, Wash. 

Buck, Leonard J., Lieut, (j.g.). Park St. and Prospect 
Ave., Bethlehem, Pa. Mass. Inst, of Tech. .Washington, D. C. 
Buck, Willis, Student Officer, 357 Broad St., New Lon- 
don, Conn. 

Buckley', Wm. A., Boatswain. 
BuCKNELL, Elmer J., Ensign. 

BuCKSTAFF, John Bay, Ensign, 300 S. 36th St., Phila- 
delphia, Pa, 

BuERKiN, Julius A., Ensign, 491 Commonwealth Ave., 
Boston, Mass. 

Bulkelev, Warren, Ensign, 509 Audubon Rd., Brook- 
line, Mass. 

Bulkley, Milton, Student Officer, 619 Mariposa Ave., 
Oakland, Cal. 

Bull, Albert S., Student Officer, Billerica, Mass. 
BuLLEN, W. G., Ensign. 

BuLLis. Richard O., Student Officer, 525 S. Westlake 
Ave., Los Angeles, Cal. Seattle. Wash. HTA. 

Bullitt, Hugh K., Student Oflicer, 1.341 3rd Ave., 
Louisville, Ky. Seattle, Wash. HTA. 

Bullock, Charles A.. Student Officer, 1916 16th St.. 
N. W., Washington. D. C. 

Bullock. John D.. Ensign, Fort Atkinson, Wise. Mass. 
Inst, of Tech., Miami, Pensacola. N. A. No. 1429. HTA. 
Bunker. Arthur H.. Ensign, 421 No. Broadway, Yon- 
kers, N. Y. 

Bunker, R. U., Ensign, 615 No. Broadway, Yonkers, 
N. Y. 

Bunt, J. IL, Lieut, (j.g.) N. A. No. 1301. 
Burchard, Ru.ssell. Student Officer. Hamilton, N. Y. 
BuRCHELL. Robt. L.. Student Officer. Erie. 111. 
BuRD, Theodore A., Ensign. 2449 Delaware Ave.. 
Buff'alo, N. Y. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Akron , Key West, Fla. 
N. A. No. 1964. LTA. 

Burden, Wm. D.. Student Officer, 7 East 91st St., New 
York City. 

BuREAN, AcHiLLE G., Carpenter, 1923 W. Allegheny 
Ave., Philadcli)hia, Pa. 

BuRFORD. Edward S.. Student Officer, Naval Y. M. C. A., 
Norfolk, Va. 

BuROET, RoHT. v.. Student Officer, 1209 E, Wabash 
Ave.. Terra Haute, Ind. 

BuRcooN, Wii.LARD T., Studeut Oflicer, 1414 Newman 
Ave., Lakewood, Ohio. 

Burke, Frank L., Ensign. 13 Brevoort Place, Brooklyn, 
N. Y. 



Burke, Frank L., Fnsign. N. A. No. 481. 
Burke, James Michael, Ensign. 

Burke, Stanley C, Student Officer, Georgetown 
University, Washington, D. C. 

Burke, Thomas F., Ensign, 45 W St., N. W., Washing- 
ton, D. C. 

BuHKE, Thomas J., Ensign. N. A. No. 2305. 
BuRKHART, LoRis E., Ensigu. 

Burleigh, Roy J., Machinist, 107 ]st St., N. W., Wash- 
ington, D. C. 

Burn, Fahrah, Ensign. 
BuRNE, Edward R.. Ensign. 

BuRNE, John C, Student Officer, Huntington, L. I., 
N. Y. 

BuRNHAM, Adison C, Eusigu, 15 Bracebridge Rd., 
Newton Center, Ma.ss. N. A. No. 1088. 

BuRNHAM, Donald C, Student Oflicer, Timken Bldg., 
San Diego, Cal. 

BuRNHAM, Marston, Eusigu, 3563 7th St., San Diego, 
Cal. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Key West, Miami, Pensacola. 
Coco Solo. N. A. No. 1131. HTA. 

BuRNHAM. Randolph T.. Student Officer. 1505 E. Gen- 
esee St., Syracuse, N. Y. Mass. Inst, of Tech.. Charleston, 
S. C, Akron. LTA. 

Burns, A. C. Lieut, (i.g.), 1031 Wall St., Los Angeles, 
Cal. N. A. No. 610. 

Burns, Frederick J., Student Officer. 
Burns, Bobert W., Ensign, West CarroUton, Ohio, 
N. A. No. 676. 

Burr, Samuel If., Student Officer, 99 Monroe St.. Brook- 
lyn, N. Y. 

Burrows, Lees J., Ensign, 1013 N. Michigan Ave., Sagi- 
naw, Mich. Mass. Inst, of Tech.. Bay Shore. L. 1.; 
Pensacola, Fla. N. A. No. 1985. HTA. 

Burt. Frederick M., Ensign, Westmoreland, Hunt- 
ington, W. Va. 

Bi'Rtis, Eric F., Ensign. 

Burton, Benjamin B,, Student Officer, New York 
City. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Anacostia. HTA. 

Burton, Halhert G., Student Officer, 3 Walker St., 
Cambridge, Mass. 

Burton. Robert A.. Jr., Ensign, 1953 Conway Bldg. 
Chicago, 111. Mass. Inst, of Tech. 

BuRWELL, Geo. H., Student Officer, Millwood. Va. 
Mass. Inst, of Tech. HTA. 

Bush. Geo. Allen. Student Officer, 209 Columbia Bldg., 
Louisville. Ky. 



Bush, Geo. W 
Cleveland, Ohio. 




, Student Officer, 13414 Shaw Ave., E., 

Bu.sH, James T., Ensign, University Club. Chicago. III. 
Great Lakes. Hampton Rds., Monchead City. N. C. 

Bushman, Robert P., Student Oflicer, 97 Lenox Ave. 
East Orange, N. J. 

BUTCHART. Ellis J.. Ensign, 127 10th St., Dululh, 
Minn. N. A. No. 307. 

Butler, II. F., Ensign. 

Butler, James H., Student Officer, 26 Benefit St., 
Worcester, Mass. 

Butler, John Joseph, Student Officer, Rear 288 Charles 
St., Maiden. Mass. Mass. Inst, of Tech. HTA. 

HuTLER. Marion, Ensign, 1333 15lh St., N. W., Wash- 
ington D C. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Pensacola, Moulchic, 
Fromentine, France. N. A. No. 922. HTA. 

BuTRicK, S., Carpenter. 

BYER.S, John R. R., Student Officer, 935 5th Ave., Cora- 
opolis. Pa. Mass. Inst, of Tech. HTA. 

Byers, Wm. L.. Student Officer, North Andover, Mass. 

Byork, Amos, F^nsign. 

Byrd, Edward R., Student Officer. 120 Broadway, 
New York City. 

Byrne, Gilbert R.. Student Officer. 128 S. Hill St.. 
J,lckson. Mich. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Akron, Ohio; Rock- 
away Beach, L. I. LTA. 

ISyrne, Joseph H., Student Officer, Y. M. C. A., Hous- 
ton, Texas. 



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CANTWELL. R. C. 

LiruL ij-q.) 
Willmiiigton, N. C. Mass. 
Inst, (if 'IVch., Pensacola. 
N. A. No. .ill. IITA. 



CAREY, W. JAMES 

Sluikrd Officer 

784 Rroadway, S. Boston, 

Mass. Mass Inst, of Tech., 

Cambridge; Miami. IITA. 



CARLSON, HOMER 

.3027 N. Mlii Ays., Omaha, 
Nebraska. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., Bay Shore, Bruns- 
wick, Pensacola, Key West. 
N. A. No. 23:i6. HTA. 



CARPENDER, WM. 

Ensign 
178 George St., New Bruns- 
wick, N. J. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., Pensacola, Ca[ie 
May. 




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CARPENTER, ALLAN W. 

Ensign 
161)8 Franklin St., Wilming- 
ton, Del. 




CARPENTER, C. H. 
Ensign 
6-10 No. Henry St., Madi- 
son, Wisconsin. Dunwoody 
Key West, Miami, Pen- 
s.Hcol 1 N. A. No. 2089. 
IITA 



CARPENTER. PHILIP J. 

Ensign 
1608 Franklin St., Wilming- 
ton, Delaware. Mass. Inst, 
of Tech.. Key West. IITA. 



CARU, JOHN EDWIN 

Ensign 
'100 Main St.. Porterville, 
California. -Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., Miami, Pensacola, 
San Dict-o. N. A. No. 
1.506. IITA. 




CARRICAN, E. HARRIS 

Student Ofjieer 
33 Walnut St., San Fran- 
cisco, Cal. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., ,San DicKo. II. T. \. 




CAHRINGTON, A. R.. Jr. 

Student Ofjieer 
Parkmont Apts., Lynch- 
burg, Va. Mass. Inst, of 
'Tech., Ilamidon Roads. 



CARROLL. F. W. i 
Ensign 
Lyons, N. Y. Mass. Inst, 
of Tech., Akron, Rockaway. 
LTA. 



CARROLL.MALCOLM B. 

Ensign 
316 Bement Ave., Stalen 
Island, N. Y. Mass. Inst, 
of Tech., Newport, Pelliam 
Bay, Chatham. 




CARTER, PAUL W. 
Ensign 
Greenwich, N. Y. Mass. 
Inst, of Tech., Pensacola, 
Whiddy Island, Ire., Miami, 
Fleet Air Detachment. N, 
A. No. 627. HTA. 




CARTER, RALPH B 

Ensign 
Hawortli, N. J. Mass. Inst 
of Tech., Miami. N. A 
No. 241.5. IITA. 




CASEY, JOHN 
SUidenl Ojjicer 
27 Claremont Ave,, Provi- 
dence, R, I. Mass. Inst, o 
Tech., Newport, Key \Ve>;t 
ilTA. 



CASSIDY. HOBEKT 

Ensign 
48 Flint St., Somerville 
Mass. Mass. Inst, ol 

Tecli., Pensanola, Queens- 
town. Ire., Chatham. N 
A. No. 1072. HTA. 



CASSIDY, WM. 

Ensign 

1-13 Glcndale P.irk. Roch- 
ester, N. Y. Mass. Inst, 
ol' Tech., Harvard Radio, 
Miami, Pensarohi. N, A. 
No. 262-1. HTA. 



CAUTHEN, CHAS. E. 

Ens ill n 

Lynchburg, S. C. Seattle, 
San Diego, Pensncola. N. 
A. No. 2373. HTA. 




N-9 Gunnery Plane Taking Off 





CAVANAGH. G. II. 

Ensign 
720 Clark St., Evanston. 
III. Great Lakes, Mass. 
Inst, of Tecli., Blue Hill 
Observatory. 




CHAMBERLAIN, F. W. 

Ensign 
64 Grafton St., Arlin2;ton. 
Mass. Mass. Inst, of Tech., 
Miami. Pensacola. N. A. 
No. 2074. HTA. _ "_ 



CHAMIiERLAIN, W. M. 

Ensifjn 
101 Merrick St., Worcester, 
Mass. Mass. Inst, of 

Tech., Key West. HTA. 



CIIAMBERLIN. J. R. 
Eni^ign 
Torresdaie, Phila., Pa- 
Mass. Inst, of Tech., Ak- 
ron, Pensacola. N. A. >j;o. 
2149. LTA. 




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Machinist 
587 West 177th St.. New 
York City. Columbia 

University, Eastleigli, Enj,'.. 
Pensacola. 



Ensign 
1979 D. St., Lincoln, Ne- 
braska, Seattle, San Diego, 
Pensacola. N. A. No. 222.5. 
IITA. 



Ensign 
208 Lapsley St., Selma, 
Alabama. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., Pensacola, Monlauk, 
Hampton Roads. N. A. 
No. 249. HTA. 



CHAPMAN, THOMAS H 

Lieut, ij.g.) 
,52 R. I. Ave., N. R., Wash- 
ington, D. C. R. F. C. 
Toronto; Hamp. Rrts., Ft. 
Worth. Key West, Pensa., 
Bn. Op. N. A. No. 898. 




CHAPPELL, JAY F. 

Ensign 
622 Fairoaks Ave., Oak 
Park. 111. Mass. Inst, ot 
Tech., Key West. N. A. 
No. 1468. IITA. 




CHARLES, TIIOS. J. 

Machinist 
238 92nd St., Brooklyn, 
N. Y. Columbia Univ., 
Hampton Roads, Brest, 
Fr., Bay Shore. 



CHARPIOT.CHARLES L. 

Student Officer 
West Unity, Ohio. Seattle, 
Washington, San Diego. 
HTA. 



CHASE, BURR L. 
Ensign 
4230 North Main St., 
Niagara Falls, N. Y. Mass. 
Inst, of Tech., Pensacola. 
N. A. No. 2581. HTA. 




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CHETLAIN, A. LOUIS 
Ensign 
7414 Sheridan Road, Chi- 
cago, IIJ. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., Miami, Pensacola. 
N. A. No. 2360. HTA. 



CHETLAIN, KENT G. 
Ensign 
7414 Sheridan Road, Chi- 
cago, 111. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., Miami, Pensacola. 
N. A. No. 2298. HTA. 



CHEYNEY, HENRY C. 

Student Officer 
Green Bay, Wisconsin. 
Mass. Inst, of Tech., Great 
Lakes, Miami. HTA. 



CHILD, JOHN W. 

Student Officer 

First St.,Willoughby Beach, 

Va. Dunwoody Inst., Minn. 

IITA. 




CHILSON. C. E. 

Ensign 

Fargo, N. D. Dunwoody, 

Great Lakes, New York, 

Detroit, Miami, 



CHILTON, WM E., Jr. 

Ensign 

1222 Virginia St., Charles- 
ton, W. Va, M. I. T., Key 
West, Pensa., N. Sydney, 
Miami. N. A. No. 1110. 

HTA. 



CHURCHELL. II, C, 

Ensign 
116 McLennan Ave., Syra- 
cuse, N. Y. Mass. Inst. 
Tech., Bay Shore, Hamp- 
ton Roads, Pensacola. 
HTA. 



CHURCHILL, G. K. 

Ensign 
145 East 35th St., New 
York City. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., Bay Shore, Pensa- 
cola. N. A. No, 2208. 





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CHUTE, JAMES L 
Ensign 
63 North St., Saco, Maine. 
Mass. Inst, of Tech.. Key 
We^t, Miami, Moatchir, 
Fr., Malpensa, Italy, N. 
A. No. 1.15.-!. HTA. 



CLABAUGH, SAMUEL F. 

Student Officer 
Tuscaloosa, Ala. Mass. 
Insl. of Tech. HTA. 



CLAFLIN, WILLI.\M W. 

Student Officer 
1.56 Grant Ave., Newton 
Center, Mass. Mass. Inst, 
of Tech. HTA 





CLARK, C. D. 
Ensif/n 
1119 Market St., Sunhury, 
Pa. Mass. Inst, of Tech., 
Miami, Pensacola, North 
Sydney, N. S. N. A. No. 
1142. HTA. 




CLARK, EDWARD A., Jr. 

Student Officer 
Pond St., Jamaica Plain. 
Boston, Mass. Mass. Inst, 
of Tech. HTA. 



CLARK, JOHN C. 
Ensign 
11.5-1 N. Prairie St., Gales- 
burg, Illinois. Mass. Inst, 
of Tech., Key West, Pen- 
sacola. N. A. No. 2299. 
HTA. 




CL,\RKK, A. FIELDER 

Enaifjii. 

S2()l Woslmiiister l*lace, 
i'illshiirt'h. Pa. Mass. 

Inst, of Tech., Miami. Bay 
Shore, Pensacola. N. A. 
INo. 2130. HTA. 



CLARKE, JOSEPH 

Ensign 
323 Wilson Ave.. Cyn- 
ihiana, Ky. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., Miami, Pensacola. 
N. A. No. 2331. HTA. 



CLAUSEN. E. W. 

Ensign 
202 First National Bank, 
Atchison, Kansas. Mass, 
Inst, of Tech., Pensacola. 
HTA. 



CLEMENT. EDWARD J. 

Knsiijn 
508 Milton Ave., Syracuse, 
N. Y. Mass. Inst, of Tech., 
Bay Shore, Pensacola. ^N. 
A. No. 1.592. JITA. 




CLERY, EDWARD D.,Jr. 

Sliidenl OfficiT 
Plandome, Long Island, 
N. Y. Seattle, Wash. 
HTA. 




CLIFTON, HENRY C. 
Sladeid OJJicer 

.■i607 McKinley Ave., El 
Paso, Texas. Sea ttle, Wash- 
infe'ton, San Dieno. HTA 




CLIFTON, JOE A. 

Sluclenl Ofjicer 

3601 McKinley Ave., El 

Paso, Texas. LIniv. ol' 

Wash., Sealtie, Wash. HTA. 




CLINE, .1. T11,\DDEUS 

2101 Duranf Ave., Berke- 
ley. California. Mass. Inst, 
of Tech., Miami. Pensa. 
cola, San DieRo. N. A 
No. 1369. HTA. 




COATS, CECIL LYNN 

Etisujrt 
4526 Brooklyn Ave., Seat- 
tle, Washiiif^'lon. LIniv. 
Wash., Seattle, San Dieiro, 
Pensacola. N. A. No. 2262. 
HTA. 




COHEN, ALVIN F. 
Enaujn 
38 Broad St., Charleston, 
S. C. Mass. Inst, of Te<;h., 
Key West, Pensacola. N. 
A, No. 2284. HTA. 



COBB, JAMES O. 
Ensifin 
Winston, Salem, N. C. 
Mass. Inst, of Tech.. Bay 
Shore, Hampton Roads, 
Pensacola, Key West. N. 
A. No. 1605. HTA. 



COGAN, GEORGE E. 

Student OJJiccr 

98 Ave. C, Bayonne, N. J. 

Mass. Inst, of Tech., Bay 

Shore. HTA. 



COGGESHALL, J., Jr. 
Lieut, ij.fr. j 
9 Autumn St., Boston, 
Mass. Mass. Inst, of 

Tech., Hampton Roads, 
Pensacola, Bu. Operations 
N. A. No. 117. HTA. 




COII.E, WILSON W. 

Ennitjn 

Cookeville, Tenn. Mass 

Inst. of Tech., Pensa 

Moutchic. Avord. Old Sar 

um, Northern Bomb, Gr.,'S Shore. N. A. No. 187. 
Fr. N. A. No. 362. HTA 



COLBY, ANTIION 

Lieut, ij.il.) 
Rockville, Mass. 
Inst, of Tech., 11 
Roads, Perisacol 




Ma.ss. 

inpl.on 

Bay 

ITA, 



COLE, ELWOODiB. 
Student Oftieer 
605 Voris St., Peoria, Illi- 
nois. Mass. Inst, of Tech., 
Great Likes, Key West. 
HTA. 




„| COMLY, SAMUEL N. 

,)j;l Student Officer 

Va Port Chester. N. Y. Mass. 

Inst, of Tech. HTA. 



CONDON, EDW. T., Jr. 

Lieut, (j-ij.) 
Morristown, N. J. Curl.iss, 
Uuffalo; Bu. of S. E. Wash.. 
I. E, M., Seattle, Wash- 
ington. HTA. 



CONDON, GUY B. 

Student Officer 

So. Penobscot, Maine. 

Mass. Inst, of Tech., Bay 

Shore HTA. 



CONE, JAMES HAROLD 

Student Officer 
Room 328 Kjafe- St. Sta- 
tion. Seattle, Wash., Seattle 
LTA. 




CONGDON, E. W.. Jr., 

Student Officer 
267 Ridgewood Ave., Glen 
Ridge. N. J. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech.. Bay Shore. HTA. 




CONGER, K. B., Jr. 
Ensign 
Irvington-on-Hudson, New 
York. Mass. Inst, of Tech., 
Ray Shore, Brunswick. Ga., 
Miami. N. A. No. 2059. 
HTA. 




CONN, R. DONALD 
Ensign 
205 Penn St., Point Marion, 
Pa. Mass. Inst, of Tech.. 
Miami, Key West, Pen- 
sacola. N. A. No. 2582 
HTA. 



CONNELL. BYRON J. 
Ensign 
Wilkinsburg. Pa. Mass. 
Inst, of Tech.. San Diego, 
Pensacola. Rockaway. N. 
A. No. 1715. HTA. 




CONNELLY, THOS. J. 

Ensign 
2722 X St.. Sacramento. 
Cal. Mass. Insl. of Tech.. 
Akron. Pensacola, Hamp- 
ton Roads, Key West. N. 
A. No. 156.-!. LTA. 




CONSTABLE, HENRY B. 

Ensign 
2064 East 7th St., Char- 
lotte, N. C. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech.. Pensacola. Hampton 
Rds.. Brest. Pauiilac, Moul- 
chic, Fr. N. A. No. 880. 



CONNOLLY, JOHN F. 

Student Officer 
1748 Larkin St., San Fran- 
cisco, California. Seattle, 
Washington. HTA. 




CONWAY, M. A. 

Student Officer 

369 Mason St., Portland, 

Oregon. University Wash., 

Seattle, Key West. HTA. 



CONOLLY, JOSEPH F. 

Ensign 
61 Somerset St., Rochester, 
N. Y. Ma.sa. Inst, of 
Tech., Key West, Miami, 
Pensacola. Killingholme. 
N. A. No. 1114. HT« 




COOK. THOS. E. 

War. Macfiinist 

153 College Ave., Pough- 

keepsie. N. Y. Columbia 

Univ.. Pensacola. 



CONOVER. E. VAN A. 

Student Officer 
41 1 Sewall Ave., Asbury 
Park. N. J. Muss. Inst, of 
Tech., Cambridge. HTA. 





COOK. T. K. 
Ensign 
11429 Glonwood Ave., g 
E.. Cleveland, Ohio. Ak- 
ron, Brest, Fr., Guipavas, 
Fr. LTA. 




CORBETT. JAMES M. 
Ensign 
35 Central Square, Soraer- 
ville, Mass. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., Miami, Pensacola, 
Monlauk. N. A. No. 997. 
LTA. HTA, 



CORBIN, HOLLAND E. 

Ens ign 
Grand Isle, Vermont. Mass 
Inst, of Tech., Bay Shore, 
f^ensacola. Key West. N. 
A. No. 621. LTA. HTA. 



CORCORAN, LARRY 
Ensign 
84 Park St., W. Sprinj,'field, 
Mass. Mass. Inst, of Tech., 
Key West, Maimi, Pen- 
sacola, Bay Shore, Chat- 
ham. N. A. No. 126. HTA 



CORMACK, WILLIAM S- 

Ensign 
5 Bigelow Terrace, Newton, 
Mass. Mass. Inst, of Tech., 
Pensacola, Rockaway, Paris, 
Moutchic, Fr. N. A. No. 
10«9. HTA. 




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CORNING, DOUGLAS D. 

Ensign 
5ft Hamilton Ave., Lynn, 
M.-^ss. Mass. Inst, of Tech., 
Bay Shore, Pensacola. N. 
A. No. 980. LTA. 



CORRY, ARTHUR 

Ensign 
Quincy, Fla. Mass. Inst, 
of Tech., Bay Shore, Pen- 
sacola, Pauillac, Fr., Mont- 
chic, Fr., L'Aber Vrach, Fr. 
N. A. No. 739. HTA. 



CORYELL, LEWIS S. 

Ensign 
Osceola, Wisconsin. Dun- 
woody, Minn., Key West, 
Pensacola. N. A. No. 
2187. HTA. 



CORZINE. GEO. WM., Jr. 

Shidenl Ofjiccr 
814 Emporia Ave., Wichita, 
Kansas. Seattle, Washing- 
Ion. HTA. 




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Siudeiit Officer 
75 Ashland Ave.. East 
Orange. N. J. Mass. InsL. 
of Tech. HTA. 



Siudenl Officer 
948 E. Marquctle Road, 
Chicago, III. Dunwoody 
Inst., Minneapolis. HTA. 



KfiHujn 
1528 Hi^'h St., Alameda, 
California. Seattle, San 
Diego, Pensacola. N. A. 
No. 2067. HTA. 



Ens iff n 
1211 N. Jefferson St., 
Mexico, Missouri. Seattle, 
Miami, Pensacola. N. A. 
No. 2479. HTA. 





CURRIER, L. O. 

SluiJenl Ofjicer 
676 Dennett St., .Ports- 
mouth. N. H. jMjiss. Inst, 
of Tech. HTA. 



CURTIS, GORDON M. 

LieuL U-O-) 
1414 Vermont St., Quincy, 
HI. Mass. Inst, of Terh., 
Miami, Pensacola. N. A. 
No. 913. 



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Cadle, C. J., Student Ofhcer, Charleston. III. Mass. 
Inst, of Tech., Great Lakes, III.; Akron, Ohio; Rockaway 
Beach, L. I. LTA. 

C.\D\vELL, Marion S., Ensign, 212 Lake view .\ve., 
Jamestown, N. Y. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Kev W esl, 
Miami, Pensacola. Fla. N. A. No. 1B39. HTA. 

Cahill, Frank V., Student Officer, 502 Geo. St., New 
Brunswick, N. J. 

Cahill. Geo. a., Jr., Lieut, (j.g.), 147 Milk St., Boston, 
Mass. 

Caldren. Fred G., Student Officer. 

Caldwell, Harold B.. Student Officer. 130 Summit 
Ave., Mt. Vernon, N. Y. Mass. Inst, of Tech. HTA. 

Caldwell, Lafayette Hard wick. Student OfTicer, 
Lookout Alountain. Chattanooga. Tenn. Seattle, Wash, 
HTA. 

Caldwell, Thos. B., Ensign, <];arbondaIe, III. Dun- 
woody Inst-, Minn., Key West, Miami, Pensacola. N. A. 
No. 2131. HTA. 

Caldwell, Walter Bruce, Ensign, 601 West llOlh St., 
New York City. 

Caldwell. W^\I. II., Ensign, 3603 Locust St., Philadel- 
phia, Pa. N. A. No. 1383. 

Calhoi N, HoHELL ViNCENT , Student Officer, 410 River- 
side Drive, New York City. Seattle, Wash., New Y<jrk. 
HTA. 

Callahan, Cornelius J., Ensign, Y. M, C. A., Camden, 
N.J. 

Callahan, Patrick J.. Lieut, fjg). 123 Gushing Ave., 
Dorchester, Mas.s. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Pensacola, Mout- 
chic, He Tudy, France. N. A. No. 3:il. HTA. 

Callard, Cha.'^. (;.. Student Officer. 110 Dyer St., Lans- 
ing, Mich. 

Callaway, Steven W., Ensign, 1600 Harmon Place, 
Minn.. Minn. N. A. No. 2138. 

Callender, John M., Jr., Student Officer, 526 Polk 
Blvd., Des Moines, Iowa. 

Gallery, WiM., Ensign. 4875 Ellsworth Ave.. Pittsburgh. 
Pa. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Pensacola, Miami, Moutchic, 
France: Northern B. G., Campagne, France: Malpensa, 
Italy. N.A., No. 615. HTA. 




CURTZE. FRED. 

Ensign 
630 Myrtle St., Erie, Penn. 



Mass. Inst. of 
Miami, Pensacola 
No. 1809. HTA. 



Tech., 
N. A. 



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CUTTHRELL, H. H. 

Lieut. (J.g.) 
W^inston Salem, W. Vir- 
ginia. Mass. Inst, of Tech., 
Bay Shore, Miami, Pen- 
sacola, Key W^est. N. A, 
No. 1590. HTA. 



Callihan, Rov M., Ensign. 

Camp, James L., Jr., Student Officer, 2039 New Hamp- 
shire Ave., N. W., Washington, D. C. 

Camp, Samuel T., Student Officer. Balboa Park, San 
Diego, Cal. 

Campazzt, E. J., P^nsign, 15 Prospect Place, New York. 
City. Ma.ss. Inst, of Tech., Key West, Fla. HTA. 

Campbell, David P., Ensign, Douglas Place, Dudley 
Ave.. Louisville, Ky. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Kev W^est,. 
Hampton Roads. N. A. No. 1543. LTA. 

Campbell, G. C, Ensign. 

Campbell, Hligh Gordon, Ensign, Care of Sigma Phf 
Place, Geneva, N. Y. 

Campbell, Jesse Lee, Student Officer, 1000 Md. St.,. 
Columbia. Mo. 

Campbell. John R., Student Officer, 343 High St., Mazda 
CJub, Newark, N. J. 

Campbell, Parker T., Student Officer, 2160 Scottwood 
Ave.. Toledo, Ohio. 

Campbell, Wm., Carpenter. 

Canby, John W., Ensign, llackcnsack, N. J. N. A. No. 
1968. 

Canfield, F. D., Ensign, Y. M. C. A., Des Moines, Iowa. 

Canfield, Wrenn M.. Student Officer. 210 Capital 
Cily Bank BIdg., Des Moines, Iowa. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech.. Boston. LTA. 

Cannon, A. H., Machinist, 135 Maple St., Gardiner, Me. 
Cannon, Geo. C. N. A. No. 903. 

Cannon, Harry J., Student Officer, 642 Ohio BIdg... 
Toledo. Ohio. 

Cannon. John J., Student Officer. 515 Tenth St., Brook- 
lyn, N. Y. 

Cantwell, Wm. II., Lieut, (j.g-), 729 Prospect Ave... 
Buffalo, N. Y. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Pensacola, Moutchic. 
N. A. No. 284. H FA. 

Cantv, Ge 
Mass. Pauill 
Group. 

Capser, Leo W., Ensign 



R.. Lieut, (^j.g.), 1 Highland St., Boston.. 
PVance; Eastleigh. Eng,. Northern B- 





Cabdf.r, Earle W., Ensign, 89 Kirtland St., Lynn, Mass. 
N. A. No. 2433. 

Carhart, Lewi.s H., Sludent Oflicer, 212 Ponce de Leon 
Ave., Alhinta, Ga. 

Carlk, PAUL.»Krisisn,'1730 La Loma, Berkeley. Cal. 
Mii.ss. Insl. of Teeh., Buy Shore, L. L. Pensacola. N. A. 
No. 1327. 

r,\RLETOw."W.FJ'; ,'Boiil.swa!n. N. A. No. 20')l. 

_^Carlson, H. F., Lieut, (j.g.), Sanford, Fla. N. A. No. 

Carlson, John Edwin, Student Officer, 91 Bishopsga'e 
Road, NcwtoniCenler, Mass. Mass. Insf. of Tech. UTA. 

Carlson, Ralph Andrkw, Student OfTicer, 49 Norman 
St.. E.Orange, N.J. 

"Cablucci, F. J.. Ensign, 29 Evelyn Phice, Bronx, New 
York City. 



, 8.5 Hobart Ave., Sum- 
Studenl Officer, 29 1.5th St.. 
Jtnsign, 123 W. 8lh St., Cambridge, 
Student Officer, 1326 Lafayette St., 



Cabman. Allan, Student Officer 
mit. N. J. 

Carmichael, Ji \lph 
Wa.shington, D. C. 

Carnes, Samuel J., Ens 
Ohio. 

Carney, C. C. 
Denver, Cfilo. 

Carnochan, G. M., Ensign. New Citv. Rockland Co., 
N. Y. Mass. Inst., of Tech.. Miami. HTA. 

Carpenter, Grant II., Lieut, (.j.g.). La Porte, Penri. 
Akron, Pensacola. Hampton Roads, Paimboeuf. Guipavas. 
Hay Shore. Rockaway. N. A. No. 543. LTA. 

Carpenter. F. S.. Ensign. 3 Brigham St.. VVatertown, 
Mass. Mass. Inst, of Tech.. Pensacola, Moutchic, France. 
Kdhngholme, Eng. N. A. No. 897. HTA. 

Carrere. Robt. M., Student Officer, 137 E. 73rd St., 
New York City. 

Carroll, Chester D., Student Officer. 2 Congress St.. 
Worcester. Mass. 

Carroll. Frank G., Student Officer. 31)3 W. 102nd St.. 
New York City. 

Carroll, James Edwaro, Student Officer. 7 Parcell St.. 
Elmhur.sl. N. Y. 

Carroll. John D., Lieut, (j K ). Boidevard Ai)t., Balti- 
more, Md. 

Carscalleiv. J. D., Ensign. 512 W. End Ave.. New York 
City. 

Carson, A. F., Ensign, 33 Grand St., Oneonta, N. Y.. N. 
A. No. 24J8. 

Carson, Alexander F., Ensign, 33 Grand St.. Oneonta. 
N. Y. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Miami, Key West, Pensacola. 
Fla. N. A. No. 2118. HTA. 



Cabson. Clifford C. Ensign. Barstow. Texas. Mass. 
Inst, of Tech.. Butfalo, Washington. Akron. LTA. 

Carson, John L., Jr.. Student Officer. 841 West Delevan 
Ave.. Buffalo. N. Y. Mass. Inst, of Tech. HTA. 

Carson, L. F.. Ensign, 203 S. Court St.. Montgomery, 
Ala., N. A. No. 766. 

Carter, Dick.son H., Student Officer. 401 N. Baylen 
St., Pensacola, Fla. 

Carter, Herbert B., Student Officer, 121 King St., St. 
Augustine, Fla. 

Carter. J. E., Machinist, 340 Halton St., Galesburg, 111. 

Carter, James Rose. Student Officer. High Plain Rd.. 
Andover. Mass. 

Carter, John A., Jr., Ensign, 1268 Marion St.. Denver, 
Colo. Seattle. Wash., San Oiego, Pensacola. N. \. No. 
2374. HTA. 

Cartwright, Sidney K.. Student Officer. 

Gary. John. Sludent Officer, 931 Cass Ave., S. E., Grand 
Rapids, Mich. Mass. Inst, of Tech. HTA. 

Gary. John I.. Student Officer, 7315 South Shore Drive, 
Chicago, III. 

Case, Wm. W., Ensign. 33 Hanson Place. Y. M. C. A.. 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Cashion, Avery Ted, Student Officer. 

Cashin. Emmet J.. Ensign, 60 Piedmont .St.. San Fran- 
cisco. Cal. Mass. Inst, of Tech.. Bay Shore, Pensacola. 
Fla.. Rockaway Beach. N. Y. N. A. No. 1438. HTA. 

Cason, Habry" T., Student Officer, 450 Prince Ave.. 
Athens. Ga. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Miami. Fla. HTA. 

Cassadv, John M., Student Officer. 

Cassalle, Clinton B.. Warrant Machinist. 208 Union 
Ave.. Peekskill. N. Y. Columbia University. Great Lakes. 



Caswell, Chesteb F., Student Officer. 664 Pleasant 
St., Worcester, Mass. 

C\te, S. R., Ensign, 892 Watertown St., West Newton- 
Mass. 

Gates, Frederick S., Student Officer, 224 N. 11th St., 
Richmond, Ind. 

Gates, Samuel C, Ensign, East Vassalboro, Me. Mass. 
Inst, of Tech., Key West, Pensacola. HTA. 

Catton, W, Robert, Ensign, Benzonia, Mich. Mass, 
Inst, of Tech., Akron, Newport, Pensacola, Hampton 
Roads. N. A. No. 1210 LTA. 

Caughey. Andrew F.. Ensign, 1118 S. University .\ve., 
.\nn Arbor, Mich. -Miami, Aircraft Fact. Philadelphia, 
Pa. HTA. 

Carenaugh, John A., Sludent Officer, 1834 Sheridan 
Road, Chicago, 111. 

Cegii,, J. M., Student Officer, Monroe Terrace Apts., 
Richmond, Va. Seattle, Wash. HTA. 

Chadwick. J. C. Lieut. (j.g.\ 116 S. 49th St.. Omaha, 
Neb. 

Chadwiok. Noel. Lieut, (i.g.), 360 Marlboro St., Boston, 
Mass. Akron. Ohio, Key West, Montauk, Cape May. 
N. A. No 107. LTA. 

Chaffee. E. L.. Student Officer. Boise. Idaho. R. R. No 
1. Seattle. San Diego, Cal. HTA. 

Chilmers, Edwin L., En.siirn, 125 Biirk Ave., Wildwood. 
N. J. 

Chambers, Walter A., Sludent Ofhcer, 166 Park Ave.. 
Atlanta. Ga 

Ch.vmbeb: 
Mich. 

Chamber: 



Edward G., Student Officer, Frankford, 
Student Officer, Gould Hall. 



Lester R., 
University Heights, N. Y. 

Chambebs, Willabd W., Sludent Officer, Cameron, 
Tex. 

Chamblin, Walteh W. Jr., Sludent Officer, Care of The 
Dayton Journal, Dayton. Ohio. 

Chandler, Arthur L., Student Officer. 219 Washington 
St., Leominster, Mass. Mass. Inst, of Tech. 

Chandler. Fitz-Mac, Ensign, Berkeley. Cal. Stan 
ford University. 

Chandler, Luman W., Machinist, 1310 Taylor St., 
San Francisco, Cal., Columbia University, Pauillac. 
Autanges, Fr.. Eastleigh, Eng. 

Chapin, Edw. D., Ensign. 

Chapin, Robert M., Student Officer. Psi U. House, 
Middleton, Conn. 

Chaplin. Duncan D.. Jb.. Ensign. Ridgewood. N. J.. 
Moutchic, Fr.. Bolsena, Porto Corsini, It. N. A. No. 1458. 

Chapman, Edward T.. Student Officer. R. F. D. 3, 
Excelsior, Minn. 

Chapman, Jos. G., Student Officer, 308 Laurel Ave., 
Olean, N. Y. 

Chapman, Robt. H., Ensign, Care of J. E. Sirrine. 
Engineer, Greenville. S. C. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Keyport, 
Detroit, Chelsea, Mich. 

Chapman, Robt. F., Ensign, 3603 Broadway, New 
Y'ork City. N. A. No. 659. 

Chapm.^n, W. R., Ensign, 166 Bergen Ave., Ridgefield 
Park, N. J. N. A. No. 638. 

Chalbes. Perry L., Student Officer, Seattle, Wash. 

Chase, Albebt \\'., Ensign. 

Chase, A. Pbentice, Student Officer, 29 Otis St., 
Norwich, Conn. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Key West. 

Chase. F. F.. Ensign, 611 S. Hobart Blvd., Los Angeles, 
Cal. N. A. No. 1329. 

Chase, H. Guy, Student Officer, 1312 Rhode Island 
Ave., N. W., Washington. D. C. Dunwoody, Minn., 
Mass. Inst, of Tech. HTA. 

Chase, Randall. Student Officer, 902 Oak Ave., Sanford; 
Fla. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Akron, Ohio. LTA. 

Chase. Rodney, Ensign, 42 Church St., Waterbury, 
Conn. N. A. No. 2232. 

Ch*se, Wheeler F., Ensign, 611 S. Hobart Blvd., Los 
Angeles, Cal. 

Chase. Wm. B., Student Officer. 

Chatfield, Chables H., Ensign, 509 Willow St., Watei 
bury. Conn. 

Cheesmvn. W. L., Lieut, (j.g.). Care of Cheesman 
Elliott, 100 Wilham St., New York City. 

Cheney, E. C, Ensign, 2517 Lincoln St., Evanston. 111. 

Cheney, Philip L., Ensign. 535 Beacon St.. Boston. 
M.ass Mass. Inst, of Tech., Mi.ami, Pensacola, Hampton 
Roads. N. A. No. 2064. HTA. 





Chevks, Lancdon McCobm. Ensign, 47 South Battery, 
Charleston, S. C. Seatlle. San Diego, Pensacula, N. A. 
No 2311. HTA. 

Cheyney, Henry C, Jn., Student Of!ir<"r. (Irecii May, 
Wisconsin. Mass. Inst. oC Tech.. Great Lakes, Miami. 
HTA. 

Child, T. E., l-^nsign. 

Childs, W, G., Student OfTicer. 

Childrrs, James S., Sludcnl (Klirer, 1221 IN. :i()l[i Si., 
Birmingliam. Ala. Mass. Inst, o!' Tech., Key West, Fla. 
HTA. 

Chipman, U. G , Lieul. (j.j;.). 

CHisLir^fi. ElmottL., Student Officer, 1616 East MlhSl,. 
Brooklyn, N. Y. Mass. Insl.. of Tech., Bay Shore. HTA. 

Chourhe, Emile. Ensign, 2115 AInraeda Ave., Alameda, 
Ca). Mass. Inst, of Tech., Key West, Miami, Sini Oiego. 
Pensacdia, Coco Solo. HTA. 

Christman, Raymond Burke, SludenL Ollirer, Oiion- 
ville, Minn. Mass. Inst, of Tech. IITA. 

Chrjst, Leone L., Student Officer. 

Christensen, Clarence .\., Student Officer, 732 Shep- 
ard Ave.. Milwaukee, Wis. 

Christenson, Harry, Lieul. fj g ) 

Christenson, R., Machinist. N. A. No. ]f!!i.'"i. 

Christie, Robt., Student Ollicer, 105 Orange Road, 
Moniclair, N. J. Mass. Inst, of Tech. HTA. 

Chbistman, Franklin B., Lieut, (j.g.), Care of Tvy 
Club, Princeton, N. J. N. A. No. 631. 

Chrysler, C D., Sludent Ofllcer, Lake p;irk. Iowa. 
Mass. Inst, of Tech. HTA. 

Church, Geo., Student Oificer. Gt. Barringtnn, Ma-^s. 
Mass. Inst, of Tech., Akron, Ohio. LTA. 

Churchill, Geo. K., Ensign, Little Silver, P. O., N. J. 
N. A. No. 2208. 

Churchill, P. W., Sludenl OlFicer, Yreka. Cal. 

Churchill, W^arren N., Lieut, (jg i, 161H Biver St., 
Burlington, Iowa. Mass. Inst, of Tech. 

Cis'-el, John F., Sludent Officer, 895 West End Ave.. 
New York City. 

Clancy, Wm. C, Ensign, Hotel Shoreham. Wash., D. C. 

Clark, A. S., Ensign, Alexandria Bay, N. Y. 

Clark, Albert J., Ensign, Towson, Md. 

Clark, Alfred M., Ensign, 21 Liberty Si.. New York 
City. 

Clark. Allan K., Student Ollicer, 513 West Market 
St., Akron, Ohio. 

r.L\JiK, C. S., Jr., Ensign, 1550 Washtenaw St., Ann 
Arbor. Midi. 

Clark. C. S., Student Cftficer, Phi Kapi)a Psi House. 
Easton. Pa. 

Clark, E. M., Ensign. 

Cl'Vrk, Franklin S., Ensign, N. Amherst, Mass. 
Akron, Rockaway Reach, Queenstown, Ire., Roehami)ton, 
Eng.. Brest. Fr., Halifax. N. S. LTA. 

Clark. Jas. E., Sludenl Officer, 50 Avery Ave., Detroit, 
MiclL Mass. Insl. of Tech. HTA. 

Clark, John C, Ensign, 912 E. Washington St., Ann 
Arbor, Mich. 

Clark. John W., Student Officer, Care of TelUiridc 
Motor Co., Provo, Ulali, Seattle, Wash. HTA. 

Clark, Leicester C, Student Officer, f!27 Broad St., 
Meriden, Conn. Mass. Insl,. of Tech. HTA. 

Clark, Sanford S., Sludent Officer, 13 Front St., Schen- 
ectady, N. Y. 

Clark, Thos. A.. Carpenter. 

Clark. Walter L., Sludenl OfTicer, 105 North Sireel, 
Ware, Mass. Mass. Insl. of "^I'cch., Miami, Fla. HTA. 

Clahk, Wendell H., I'^nsigri, 716 Lake Ave, Wilmelte, 
III. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Key Wesl. Miami, J'eiisa(^ola. 
N. A. No. 1785. HTA. 

Clarkson, Lawrence W^., Sludenl (Xlicer, 1 1 Lying St., 
Newhuryport, Mass. 

Clarkson. W''m. Floiei, Lieut, fj.g.), 1303 Shiidy Ave., 
Pittsburgh, Pa. Toronto (Inivcrsily, Bay Shore, Prnsa- 
co!a. San Diego. 

Clayton, Henry C. Ensign. N. A. No. 360. 

Cleary, Francis M., Student Officer, 3529 Locust St. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

Cleary, Jos. R., MarhinisI, 88 Ash St., Nashua, N. H. 

Cleman.'^, R, M., Student OHicer, 77 16th St., Wheeling, 
West Va. Seatlle, Wash. HTA. 

Clemens, Thos. B., Ensign, 1970 La Salle Ave., Los 
Angeles, Cal. N. A. No. 1292. 



Clement, James K., Ensign. W^ayland, Mass. Mass. 
Insl. of Tech., Hampton Roads, Chatham, Mass. Com- 
munication Officer. 

Clements, Warren, Ensign. 8 W^ashinglon Court, 
Richmond, Ind. Great Lakes, Easlleigh, Eng. HTA. 

Clendaniel, Geo. W., Ensign, Kennedyville, Md. 
Mass. Inst, of Tech., Key West, Pensacola, Hampton 
Roads. N, A. No. 2142. HTA. 

CLEvELArvD, Julian E. G., Student OfTicer, 1208 8lh Ave., 
N. E., Seallle, Wash. 

Cline, J. C, Ensign, ]563 Elhur Ave., Cleveland, C)hio. 
N. A. No. 1832. 

Cdne, John W., Jr., Student Officer, 117 B St.. Santa 
Rosa, Cal. 

Close, Eugene F., Lieut, (j.g.), 330 Perry St., Sandusky, 
Ohio. 

Clute, Howard II., ShnlenI OlRcer, 470 W. Waier St., 
Elmira, N. Y. 

Coates, J. W.. Ensign. 

Clyde, L. Earnest, Sludent Officer, 509 E. Franklin St , 
Richmond, Va. 

Cluthe, W iM. a., Student CKficer. 

Coates, Robert M., Student Officer, 30 Vanderb;)t 
Hall, Yale College, New Haven, Conn. 

CoATswoRTH, Caleb, J., Lieut, (j.g.), 580 W. Ferry 
St, Bufralo, N. Y. No. 1005. 

Cobb, Amos H., Sludent Officer, Penficld Road, Brighton, 
N. Y. 

Cobb. Geo. W., Ensign, Plunlinglon, L. L, N Y. Bay 
Shore, L. L; Miami, Fla. N. A. No. 438. HTA. 

Cobb, Richard E.. Sludent Ofiicer, 17 Magnolia St., 
Arlington. Mass. Mass. Inst, of Tech., U. S. S. I'r-'slon, 
U. S. S. Carota, U. S. S. Mehmj. HTA. 

CoDDiNo, J. Albert. I'^nsign, 3909 Spruce St., Phila- 
delphia, l*a. 

Codi.ington, D. H., Lieut, (j.g.)., 106 E. H5[h Si.. New 
York Oily. N. A,No. 137. 

Coi-:, Philip K., Student Officer, 26 Hawthorne \ve.. 
Akron, Ohio. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Winafo<it Lake, Ohio. 
LTA. 

CoE, Seymour, Sludenl Otficer. 106 William Si., East 
Orange, IN. J. 

CoFFEV, Claude R.. Machinist, 13 Fairlawn Si., Ever- 
ett, Ma.ss. 

Coffey, Edward H., Jr., Student Officer, 9 Laraartins 
Terrace, Yonkers, N. Y. Mass. Inst, of Tech.. Akron, 
Pensacola . LTA . 

Coffin, Lee K., Student Ollicer, Melrose, Mass. Miami. 
Fla.; Jirest, France. 

CoFFI^^ Roy R., Student Officer, 507 Hansberry St . 
Germant(jW[], Pa. 

CoFFMAN, John B , Student Officer. 

CoGGESHM.L, Harrison H., Student Officer, 222 1 Mass. 
Ave., Cambridge, Mass. 

CoKER, Wallace E., Ensign. 

Cole, Francis G., Student Officer, 1900 fith Si.. N. W., 
Washington, D. C. 

Cole. Harold A.. Lieut, (i.g.). 191 Maple St , Water- 
town, Mass. N. A. No. 451. 

Cole, Henry P., Student Otficer, 511 Cleveland St., 
Raleigh. N. C. 

CoLEGROVE, W. H., Ensign, Box 211, Ridgway, Pa. Mass. 
Insl. of Tech., Key West, Miami, Pensacola. N. A. No. 
2109. HTA. 

CoLEMAfv, Claude, Student Officer, Olympic House, 
East Lansing, Mich., Dunwoody Inst.. Minn. 

Coleman, Cornelius, Ensign, 18 Randui|)li Hall, Cam- 
bridge, xMass. 

Coleman, Harold T., h^nsign. 18 Church St., Welles'ey, 
Ma-s. Mass. Insl. of 'J'ech., Rockaway Iteach, Akrnii. 
LTA. 

CoLKMAN, Richard L., Ensign. Java, Va. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., Bay Shore, L. I.; Pensac.Ia, Fla N. A. No. 1817. 
HTA. 

Coleman, W. L., Machinist. 

Coleman, Wm. C, Student Olficer. 5830 Prylania St.. 
New Orleans, La. 

Coletti, Philip E., Sludent Olficer. 135 W. Trcmimt 
Ave., lironx, N. Y.. N. Y. 

Collier, Neill H., Student Officer, 115 New York Ave, 
N. W^. Washington, D. C. 

Collins, Dudleich C, Ensign, 12 W. llth St., New 
York Cily. Great Lakes, Pensacola. Fla. HTA. 

Collins, Earl P., Student Olficer, 97.3 Mass. Ave., 
Cambridge, Mass. 





ii*'. 



Collins John, Ensi^-n, 538 W. H llh Si.. New York 
City. N. A. No. 1661. 

Collins, Orville W., Student Olliir-r. III.5 Main St 
ilendor.son, Ky. 

Collins, Portfh D., Ensign, University Club Akron 
Mass. Insl ol Teeh., Wingfoot Luke, ^k^^n, Dliio; Pensa- 
cola. Ha. N. A. No. 199.1. LTA. 

Collin.s, R, E., Student Offirer, 272,") Ilannver Cirele 
Kirminghnm, Ala. Mass. Inst, ol Tech.. Miami. IITA. 

Colston, T. M., Ensi.gn. San Diew. 

Colt, Roswell C, Student Oinoer, dope St., Bristol 
H.I. Ma.ss. Inst ol' Tech.. Newport, R. I. HTA. 

CoiwEi.L, H.iRHv E., Jn., Student Ollicer. 

CoMEV RoRT T., Student 0,Ti(-er, 27(111 Merkshire Roa.l, 
Cleveland, Ohio. 

CoMpo, Geo. L., Lieut, (j.g.), Dahlgren, Va. 

CoMPTON, R. l>,\nKi:H, Ensign, 5,561 Delmar Ave St 
Louis, Mo. 

CoMFF, G. J., Lieut, (.j.g.), 100 Lineoln St., New Britain, 
Conn. 

CoNLF.v, D. L., Ensign, Anacostia. N. A. No. 1166. 

CoNiEv, EnwARD M., Jr , Student O/Iicer. 

Conley, M. M., Ensign, Madera, Cal. N. A No. 1812. 

Connell, Edward M., Ensign, 9 Carleton Ave., Brad- 
ford, Ma.ss. Ma.ss. Inst, of Tech., Miami, Pensacola. N. A. 
No. 1926. HTA. 

Connelly, Mii ton E , Ensign, 56)6 Michigan Ave. 
Chicago, Ih. N. A. No. 20.38. 
Conner, Earl IL, Ensign. 

Conneu. Jos. W., Lieut. (,j.g.), Pelham Apt., N. 1.3th St., 
Richmond, Ind. 

CoNNEHS, \Vm. J., Jr., Lieut, (j.g.), 250 Main St., Bulfalo, 
N. Y. N. A. No. 517. 

CoNNOB, VVm. D., Student Oflicer, 40 3rd Si., Mar.shlield, 
Wis, 



CoNovER, Elmer G., Student Officer, 
Akron, Ohio. 



59 S. Main Si., 



C0NOVEH, Howard W.m., Student Officer, Fairmounl 
Hotel, Jersey City, N. J, 

Conrad, John D., Student Officer, Ilamillon, Mo. 
CoNSTANTlNE, A. R., Lieut. {.]-«.), Great Lakes 
Contant, Cornelius B., Student Officer, 810 Hudson 
St., Hoboken, N. J. 

Conway, Milton K., Student Olhei-r, 721 Quebec 
Place, N. W., Washinglon, DC. 

Conway, F'pank, Lieut, (j.g.), 1338 \V. Monroe St., 
Chicago, III. Akron, Ohio: Rockaway, Roekamrdon, 
Wexford, Queenstown, Paimboeuf, lierehaven. LTA. 

Cook, M. R., Machinist, 

Cook Ralph C, Student Omeer, 201 Grand Central 
Place, Inwood, Long Island, N. Y, Muss. Inst, of Tech., 
Bay Shore. HTA. 

Cook, Host., Sludcnt Officer, 11129 Glenwood Ave., 
Cleveland, Ohio. 

CoOLEY, Harold D., Student Officer, Grand Jury BIdg., 
Nashville, N. C. Ma.ss. Insl. of Tech. HTA 

CoOLEY, BlCH.VRD L.. Licut. (jg.), .31 IVcsCOtt St., Ncw- 

tonville, Mass. N. A. No. 1036. 

Coon, Lloyd Frink, Student (Jlficer, 719 Wells Fargo 
BIdg., Son Francisco, Cal. 

Coon, Stanley, Ensign, 616 Denham BIdg., Denver, 
Colo. 

CooNEY, E. W., Ensign, 40 W. 1271h St., New York City. 

Cooper, Andrew A., Lieut, tj g.), Rome, Ga. Mass. Inst, 
of Tech., Pen.sacola, Fla, N. A, No. 678. IITA. 

Cooper, Philip, Student Officer, Amite, La Seattle, 
Wash, HTA. 

Copeland, Phillips, Student Officer, Care oi" Rev, Tlieo 
Copeland, Pincbhitf, Ark. 

Corrett, John Dennen, Student Oflicer, Washinglcm 
& Lee LIniv.. S. A. E. House, Lexington, A a. 

CoRBOY, Leo. J., Student Officer. 

Corey, Ja.mes, Student (Jfficer, 23 Fren( h St., Pawliiekel, 
R. I. 

Corey, Ri'ssell B., Lieut, 'j.g.). \ ilia Tranquility, 
Far Rockaway, N. Y, N. A. No.'553. 

Cornell, Alfred B., Ensign, 120 W. 130th St., New 
York City. 

Corner, Wm. W.vtson, Sludenl Oflicer, 5235 17th Ave , 
N. E., Seatllc, Wash. 

Cornet, ILL., Jr., Sludcnt Officer, 1550 Pershing St., St. 
Louis, Mo. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Miami, Pensacola. HT.\. 

Cornish, Donald O., Machinist, 58 Prescott St., New- 
tonville, Mass. 



, C. IL, Machinist. 
Leonard J., Student Ofhccr, 205 E. St., 



Corson, E. T., Ensign, -120 Ocean Ave,, Ocean Cily. 
N.J. N. A. No. 1117. 

Corson. Frederic W., Student Officer, 63 Elm Road. 
Newlonville, Mass. 

CossiTT, Harry R., Ensign, 116 71h .\ve., I,a Grange, 
III. Mass. Insl. of Tech., Key West, Miami, Pensacola. 
N. A. No. 1686. HTA. 

Cotter, Harold J., Ensign, 728 S. Fourth St., Spring- 
field, 111. 

Cottingham, W. S., Ensign, Lake Shore Blvd., Cleve- 
land, Ohio. N. A, No. 1757. 

Couch, Flournoy B., Student Officer, Tahleciuah, Okla. 

CouLS, Sidney W., Student Officer, 419 St. Clair Ave., 
Detroit, Mich. 

Coulter, Douglas, Student Officer, Aigburth Park, 
Towson, Md Seattle, Wash. HTA. 

Courtney, Ernest II. , Student Officer, 109 Fifth Ave.. 
Saginaw, Mich. 

CowELL, Charles C. Ensign, 164 Beck ,\ve., Akron. 
Ohio. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Key West, Miami, Pensa- 
cola, Fla.; Cape .May, N. J. N. A. No. 1341. HTA. 

CowiE, Thos. J., Student Officer, 212 S. Queen St., 
Martinsburg, W. Va. 

Cox, Alex F., Student Officer, 1912 Speedway, Austin, 
Tex. 

Cozens, W. E., Boatswain. 

Craft, Merritt .S., Sludcnt Officer, 704 JefTerson Bank 
BIdg., Birmingham, Ala. Mass. Inst, of Tech. HTA. 

Crafts, Lewis IL, Ensign, 20 Anderson Place, Buffalo, 
N. Y. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Key West, Miami. Pensa- 
cola. N. A. No. 1666. HTA. 

Chandall, Addison B., Machinist, 116 Stewart Ave., 
Ithaca, N. Y. 

Crandall, 

Crandall, 
Warren, Pa. 

Cr\ne, Joshuv, Jr., Lieut, (j.g ), WCslwood, Mass. 
,Squanluni, Ft. Worlh. Hamplon Boads, Kitlingholme. 
N. A. No. 296. H'lA. 

Cr.vswell, G. E.. Ensign, 1766 Toi)ping Ave., Bronx, 
N. Y. N. A. No. 1 157. 

Cr.vwford, Albert M., Ensign, 812 Conn. Ave., N. W., 
W'ashington, D. C. 

Cr.^wford, Bryce, Jr., Student Officer, 1912 Lothrop 
St., Omaha, Neb. 

Crawford. Fhei>erick C, Student Officer, University 
6',lub, Cleveland, Ohio. Mass. Insl. of Tc'h., Dunwoody 
Institute. IIT.\. 

Crawford, Robt. B. P., Student Officer. 

Cr.vwford, Theo. J., Machinist. 

Crawford, W. D,, Student Otncer, Columbia, S. C, 
Seattle, Wash. HTA. 

Crees, Robt. H., Student Officer, 317 291h St., San 
Francisco, Cal. 

Creighton, Bert IL, Ensign, 404 Second St., Pitcairn, 
Pa. -Mass. Inst, of Tech., Pensacola and Miami, Fla. 
N. A. No. 1016. HTA. 

Crinkley, ,\ndhew. Ensign. 

Criswell, John R., Ensign, 4535 Forest Ave.. Norwijud, 
Ohio. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Akron, Rockaway Beach. 
LTA. 

Crittenden. Rogers, Student Officer, 711 Manheim 
Road, Kansas City, Mo. Mass. Inst, of Te 'h.. Key West. 
HTA. 

Crocker, H. J., Student Officer, 2301 Laguna St., San 
Francisco, Cal. .Mass. Inst, of Tecti. HT.\. 

Cro\i, J. F., Machinist. 

Crompton, C, Jr., Lieut, (j.g.), 74 Williams St., W(jr- 
cester, Mass. 

Crone, Edward Arthltr, Student Officer. 

Crosby, Gould Morgvn, Ensign, Sea View, Mass. 
Mass. Inst, of Tech., Key West, Miami, Pensacola, North 
Sidney. N A, No. 958. HTA. 

Cross, C. M., Ensign, Corcoran, Cal, N. .\. No. 1855. 

Cross, Chester C, Student Officer, 1818 23d .\ve.. 
.Seattle, Wash. 

Cross, Gorhwi L., Student Officer, 340 Genesee St. 
Utica, N. Y. 
HTA. 

Crow, H. S., 
Mich. 

Crow-Nover, Lowell G., Student Officer, Benedict, 
Neb. 

Crump. Raymond 
Akron, Oaiu. 



Ma«s. Inst, of Tech., Bay Shore, L. 1. 
Student Officer, 317 Clinton St., Jackson 



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•"Xi" 



Ensign, 315 Litchfield Roatl, 



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Crumpton. Thos. U., Student Olficer, Maplesville, Ala. 
Dunwoody Inst., Minn., Miami. HTA. 

CnuzEN, R.\NDOLPH, Student Officer, 305 Center St., 
Paxton, III. 



CuLBEBTSOrV 

Vernon, Ohio. 



Albert L., Ensign, 300 E. Vine St., 
N. A. No. 1461. 



Mt. 



CuLBERTsoN, Fraincis B., Student Officer, 25 Irvington 
St., Boston, Mass. 

CuLBERTSoN. Wm. S., Student Officer, 14'18 St. James 
Court, Louisville, Ky. 

CuLKiN, Wm. a., Ensign, 2328 Woodland Ave., Duluth, 
Minn. Mass. lust, of Tecli., Miami, Pensacola, Rocka- 
way. N. A. No. 1421. HTA. 

CuLLiNAN, Craig F., Ensign, Fidelity Trust Co., Hous- 
ton, Texas. Mass. Inst, of Tech. HTA. 

CuLLiTY, Edwin F., Ensign, University of Pennsylvania, 
Philadelphia, Pa. N. A. No. 1418. 

CuLLOM, Smith, Student Officer, Miami, Fla. Mass. 
Inst, of Tech. HTA. 

Cumberland, Wm. E., Student Officer, 1418 35th St., 
N. W., Washington, D. C. 

CuMMiNGS, Wm. H., Student Officer, 715 Clifton Ave., 
Newark, N. J. 

CuNDELL, Henry G., Student Officer, 95 Park Ave,, 
Paterson, N. J. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Bay Shore, Long 
Island. HTA. 

CUNNI.NGHAM, BeNJ. A., 

Ave.. Yonkers, N. Y. 



Student Officer,_116 Saratoga 



CuNNiNGTON, A. B., Jr., Student Officer, 564 E. Nash 
St., Akron, Ohio. Mass. Inst, of Te^h. LTA. 



CuRDTS, Wm., Student Officer, 911 Colonial Ave., Nor- 
folk, Va. Mass. Inst, of Tech. HTA. 

Curie, E. H., Ensign. 

CuRLEY, DoRRis D., Student Officer, 466 Belvedere St., 
San Francisco, Cal. 

CuHRAN. St\nley T., Lieut, (j.g.), Cragsmoor, N. Y. 
N. A. No. 287. 

Currey, Robt. S., Student Officer, Dixon, Cal. 

CuRRis, Archibald, M. L., Student Officer, R. F. D. 
No. 3, Fayettville. N. C. 

CuRHY, Francis J., Student Officer, 109 Chestnut St., 
Darby, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Curry, Gerald G., Ensign, 6 Craigie Circle, Cambridge, 
Mass. 

Curtice. Aubrey, Student Officer, Delta UpsUon House, 
Stanford University, Cal. 

Cuhtin, Jos. Wm., Student Officer, 412 S. Wells St., 
Chicago, III. 

Curtis, LeGrand W., Student Officer, Red Hook, 
New York. Mass. Inst, of Tech. HTA. 

Curtis, Paul W., Ensign. N. A. No. 1284. 

Curtiss, Chas. p.. Ensign. 

Gushing, Howard W., Ensign, N. A. No. 1058. 

CusHMAN, Alvan A., Enslgn. 

CusHMAN, Raymond J., Ensign, Bay Shore, L. I. N. A. 
No. 1415. 

Cutler, John F., Ensign, 2620 Bancroft Way, Berkeley, 
Cal. N. A. No. 1665. 

Cutler, Richard H., 
Road, Roland Park, Md. 

Cutting, Robt, Hill, Ensign, Oak Knoll, Winchester, 
Mass. N. A. No. 2041. 



Student Officer, 103 Elmwood 





DAUM, RAYMOND J. 

Ensiffn 
139 E. 59th PL, Los Angeles, 
California. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., Great Lakes, Rock- 
away, Pensacola, San Dje^ >, 
U. S. S. Hunlinglon 




DAVIDSON, JOHN S. 

Ens'.gn 
321 West 87th St., New 
York City. M. I. T., Key 
West, Miami Moutchic, 
C.Tmpaisne, N. B. G.. H. 
E. E. N. A. No. 11.50. 



DAVIDSON, ROBERT B. 

Ensign 
1.525 Adams Ave., Scran- 
ton, Pa. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., Miami, Pensacola. 
N. A. No. 2370 HTA. 



DAVIS, COURTLAND H. 

Student Ofjicer 
223 North Columbus, St., 
Alexandria, Va. Dun- 

woody, Minn. HTA. 




DAVIS, DWIGHT S. 
Ensign 
Wohurn, Mass. Mass. 

Inst, of Tech., Cambridge. 
Miami, Pensacola. N. .A. 
No. 1931. HTA. 



DAVIS, GEORGE E. W. 

Ensign 
2627 Hearst Ave., Berkeley, 
Cat. ,San Diego, 



cola. 



Sa 

N. A. No: 



Pensa- 
;005. 



DAVIS, HAROLD R. 

Lieut. (J.g.) 
The Connecticut, Washing- 
ton, D. C. M. I. T., Pensa., 
Hamp. Rds., Ft. Worth, 
Killingholme, Anacostia. N. 
A. No. 2S0. HTA. 



DAVIS, JOHN LORD 

Student Officer 

281 W. College St., Oberlin, 

Ohio. Mass. Inst, of Tech., 

Key West. IITA. 




/ifi%' 



DAVIS, ROBERT J. 

Lieut. Ij.g.) 
301 Upper Mountain Ave., 
Upper Montclair, N. J. 
Mass. Inst, of Tech., Pen- 
sacol.'s Key West. N. .A. 
No. 807. HTA. 



DAVIS, THOMAS E, 
Ensign 
208 Twelfth St., N. W., 
Canton, Ohio. Alass, Inst, 
of Tech., Bay Shore, Pen- 
sacola, Hampton Roads. 
N. A. No. 1193J4. HTA. 



DAVISON. RUSSELL L. 

Ensign 
5038 Walnut St., Phila- 
delphia. Penn. Mass. Inst, 
of Tech.. Cambridge, Pen- 
sacola. N. A, No. 1003. 




DAVY, W. MYRON 

Lieut. (J.t/.) 

M 1. T.. Cambridge, Mass 

Gcolocicai Dejit. Mast 

Insi. olTech. HTA. 



DAWSON, HAROLD K. 

Student Officer 
51 Edward Ave., Pittsfield, 
Mass. Mass. Insl. of 

Tech., Cambridge, Key 



DKANE. ANDREW 
Ensign 
853 Hancock St., Wollas- 
ton, Mass. Mass. Insl. of 
Tech., Key West, Pensacola. 
N. A. No. 2183. HTA. 



DAVISSON, CYRUS G. 

Ensign 
1350 Carroll St., Brooklyn, 
N. Y. -Mass Inst, of Tech., 
Akron, Pensacola, Newport, 
New London, N. A. No 
1561. LTA. 




DEERING, EDWARD M. 

Student Officer 
Hamilton Ave., Yonkers, 
N. Y. Mass. Inst. 
Tech. HTA. 



'fliflip 





DK LCIXG, C. M. 

Sln,l,-nl nff„;T 



DE LA VERGNE, J. H. DELAHANTY. T. \V. DICLL. EDWARD II. 

Sludenl OJJk-cr Lirul. (j n.) Slmlenl Ojjicer 
i931 St. Charle.s Ave.. KI7 W. r,.ilh St., New York 31 1 Sutpliin Ave., Miil.ile Kithirm, Illinois. Dun- 
New Orleans, La. Seattle, City, Rockaway Beae'.. town. Ohio. .Mass. Iii.^l. wooily. IITA. 
Washington. HTA. LTA. of Tech. HTA. 




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DE.MAREST, 

Ens 



K. ELMER 



iign 

5-5 Giirord Ave., Jersey 
City, N. J. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., Ray Shore, Pen- 
sacola. N. A. No. 1971. 



DEMILT. MILTtJ.N 
Carpenter 
Pittsburf^ .\ve., Ca >e .May, 
N. J. L'Aber-Vrach, Fr., 
Le Croisic, Fr.. Bay Shore, 
N. Y., Cape May, Pauillac, 
Fr. 




DEMONET, G. F. 
Ensiijn 
.395 Park Place. Rrooklyu, 
N. Y. Whilestone, Mass. 
Inst of Tech., .Miami, 
Pensacola. N. A. No. 1024 



DEMP3EY, PLINN D. 
Student Ofjker 
■ (.lijeensbury St., Boston, 



Mass. Ma 
Key West. 



Inst. olTech., 
HTA. 




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DENISTON, NOBLE G- 

Ensign 
Sardinia, Indiana. Mass. 
Inst, of Tech , Great La ees, 
Akron, Pensacola. N. A. 
No. 1723. LTA. 




DP:NNIS, JOHN w. 

Ensign 
Grundy, Virfjinia. Mass. 
Inst, of Tech , Pensacola, 
Akron, Rockaway, Hamp- 
ton Roads, LTA. 



DENT, ELBERT, Jr. 

Ensign 
308 West Springfield Ave., 
Chestnul Hill, Pa. M. L T., 
Pensacola, Bolsona, Mout- 
chic, He Tudv, Ray Shore. 
N. A. No. SIS. JITA. 



DENTON, W. M. 

Sludent Officer 
604 Linwood Ave., Evans- 
ville, Ind. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., Akron. LTA. 




DES ROCHERS, GEO. E. 

Ensign 
157 Montezuma St., Hough- 
ton, Mich. Great Lakes, 
Pensacola. 



DETTLING, GEORGE H. 

Ensign 
1826 Sherman St., Grand 
Rapids, Mich. Mass. Inst, 
of Tech., Buffalo, East 
Greenwich, Great Lakes, 
Boston, New York. HTA. 



DEVENEAU, W. F. 

Sludent Officer 
Lee, Illinois. Mass. Inst. 
of Tech.. Cambridge, Key 
West HTA. 



DEVINEY, AL E. 

Ensign 
306 W. 19th St., Austin, 
Texas. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., Key West, Miami, 
Pensacola. N. A. No. 1743. 
HTA. 




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DIAL, MORSE G. 
Ensign 
416 8th St., So. Fargo, 
N. D. Mass. Inst, of Tech.. 
Key West, Miami, Pen- 
sacola. N. A. No. 1389. 
HTA. 



DICKEY, FRED C. 

Ensign 
131 Newbury St., Boston, 
Miis^. Mass. In^r. oCTcch., 
Key West, Miami. N. A. 
No. I.''i30. HTA. 



DICKEY, LINDSAY K. 

Ensign 
3037 So. Vermont Ave., 
Los Angeles, Cal. Mass. 
Inst of Tech., Bay Shore, 
Pensacola. HTA. 





DICKSON, ALBERT C. 

Sludent Officer 
2309 Boulevard. Wilming- 
ton, Delaware. Mass. Inst, 
of Tech., Key West. HTA. 




DICKSON, CHARLIES K. 

Ensign 

]J0 Llewellyn Hd.. Mont- 
dair, N. J. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., Bay Shore, Pen- 
sacola, Rockaway Beach. 
N. A. No. 1336. HTA. 



DIEHL, HARRY L. 

Sludenl Officer 
5.509 Indiana Ave., Chicago, 
III. Great Lakes. HTA. 




DILLON, THEODORE F. 

Ensign 
903 South 49th St., Phila., 
Penn. Mass. Inst, of Tech., 
Key West, Miami, Mout- 
chic, TreguJer, Fr. N. A. 
No. 1636. 



DILTS, ALEXANDER R. 

Ensign 
P. O. Box 215, Hanover, 
Mass. Mass. Inst, of Tech., 
Akron, Goodyear Field, 
Pensacola. N. A. No. 2155 
LTA. 




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DONNELLY.DORWIN J. 

S120 Y\U\i Avf., Pitls- 
['iirijh, Pa. Mass. Insl. (iC 
Tech., Miami, Pensacola. 
N. A No. 1613. HTA. 



D(.>N()VAN, JAMES 

Enaujn 
16 Summit Ave., Lawrence 
Mass. Mass. Inst, ol Tech. 
Pensacola. 



DOUGIIKKTY, F. 
EiLH ifjn 
University Chib, 546 Dela- 
ware Ave.. Ltud'alo, N. Y. 
Mass. Inst. of Tech., 
Buffalo. 



DOUGKERTY, W. V. 

Ensign 
1201 No. Market St., 
VVichila, Kansas. Mass. 
Inst, of 'l^^ch., Key West, 
Miami, Pcns;ir'>I;!. N. A. 
No. m){. HTA. 




DOUGLAS. ARTHUR L. 

Sindeni OJJiccr 
Crestline, Kansas. Mass. 
Inst, of Toch , Miami. 
HTA. 



DOW, EDWARD P. 
Student Ofjicer 
615 So. 5lh St.. Grand 
Forks. N. D. Seattle, 
U. S, S. ('onwKxlore, Chi- 
cago. HTA. 



DOW, LOUIS FENNER 

Student Officer 
226 Pearl St., Rurlington. 
Vermont. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., Cambridge. HTA. 



DOWNS, PHILIP W. 
Ens iff n 
24.13 Pinkney St., Omaha. 
Nebraska. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., Pensacola. N. A. 
No. 1160. 



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DOYLE, JESSE IHWIN 

Ensifin 
430 West Hortler St., 
Pelham, Philadelphia. Pa. 
Mass. Inst, of Tech., 
Miami, Pensacola. N. A. 
No. 18.33. flTA. 




DRUMM, GUY 
Ensif/n 
Sparkill, New York. M. I. 
T., Phila., Cape May, 
Akron, Jlockaway, Brest, 
liay Sh., Miami, Pensacola. 
N A. No. 26.^)1- HTA. 



DREIFUS, i\l. L). 

Sturli-nl Ofliccr 
141.5 Pine St., New Orleans, 
La. Mass. Inst, of Tech. 
H1A. 



DHEYFUSS, AKTHUR J. 

Sludenl Ofjicer 
421 Atlanta Ave., San 
Antonio, • Texas. Sf^attle, 
Wash. HTA. 




DHUHY, P. A., Jr. 

Eiisi'in 
2400 16th St., Washington, 
D. C. Mass. Inst, of Tech., 
Akron, Pensacola. N. A. 
No. 2643. LTA. 



DRY, MORRIS E. 
En aid n 
Mexico, Missouri. Mass. 
Inst, of Tech., Key West, 
Pensacola. N. A. No. 1834. 
HTA. 



DRISCOLL. ARTHUR D. 

Ensittn 
65 Ferry St., Everett, 
Mass. M. I. T., Rockaway, 
Hampton Roads, Akron, 
Pensacola. N. A. No. 2520. 
LTA. 




DU ROIS, JOHN E. 
Ensifin 
Wichita, Kansas. Mass. 
Inst, of Tech., Bay Shore, 
Pensacola. N. A. No. 2198. 
HTA. 



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DUCIIEMIN, N. M. 
Lieut, (j.fi.) 
S()rin^dale Terrace, St 
John's, N. F. Akrcjn 

Queenstown Rof'hamr)l<in 
r.ondon, Pauillac, Hov/n 
Casllelovvn, Hay Sh. l?r\ 



DUDLEY, DONALD S. 

Ensi'in 
37(1 LinwoorJ Ave., Ruffalrj, 
N. Y. Alass. Insl. of Tech., 
Miami, Pensacola. N. A. 
No. 1(1.5(1. HTA 



DUDLEY, HENRY L., Jr. 

Sludeni Officer 
Park Hill, Yonkers, N. Y. 
Mass. Inst, of Tech. HT.\. 



DUFFETT, WAYNE 
Lienl. (j.g.) 
11.34 Lake Ave., Rochester, 
N. Y. Hay Shore, Mass. 
Inst, of Tech., Pen^acola. 
Porto., Corsina. Italy. N. 
A. No .327. HTA. 






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DUFFY, HERHERT S. 

Student Ofjieer 
416 South Ohio Ave., 
Columbus, Ohio. Univ. 
Wash., Seattle, Miami. 
HTA. 




DUFFY, MAURICE F. 

Student Oj'jicer 
118 So. Parkside Ave., 
Chica^'O, 111. Dunwoody, 
Miami. HTA. 



DUKE. RUSSELL E. 

Student Ofjicer 

44.5 Groveland Ave., Day- 



ton, Ohio. Mass. 
Tech. LTA. 



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DUNCAN, EDWARD M 

Ensiyn 
521 MoDonotjgh S(., Brook- 
lyn. iV. Y. Npw York 
City, Navy Hqtrs., Lon- 
doij. N. Hornb. Gr., Au- 
laiiguf, Fr. 





DUNCAN, GILHERT W. 

Student Officer 
1176 Murray Hill Ave.. 
Pittsburjjh, Penn. Mass. 
Inst, of Tech. HTA. 



DUNHAM, CHESTER A. 

Ensign 
58 Sawyer Ave., Boston, 
Mass. Mass. Inst, of Tech., 
Hampton Roads, Montauk 



DUNKELBERG, R. 

Student Officer 
2401 Fairfield Ave., Fort 
Wayne, Indiana. Mass. 
Inst, of Tech,. Bay Shore. 
HTA. 



DUNLAP, HARRY W., Jr. 

Ensign 

.55.3.3 Beverly Place., Pitts- 
burgh, Pa. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., Miami, Pensacola. 
N. A. No. 1161. HTA. 



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DUNNEI.I., R. H. 
Student Officer 
2100 Aldrieh Ave. So., 
Minneapolis Minn. Seattle 
Wash., Dunwoody Inst., 
Minn. HTA. 



DUNSIETH, G., Jr. 

Lieut, (j.g.) 
East Cr)ttage, Ellwood City 
Pa. Mass. Inst, of Tech., 
U. S. S Arizona, Key West, 
Miami, Pensacola. N. A. 
No. 971. HTA. 



DUPUY, ALBERT E. 

Ensign 

Montrose, Colorado. Mass. 

Inst, of Tech., San Diego, 

Pensacola. HTA. 



DURFEE, THOMAS 

Ensign 
156 George St., Providence, 
R. I. Mass. Inst, of Tech., 
Cambridge.HamptonRoads, 
Pensacola, Chatham. N. A. 
No. 415. HTA. 




DUSHANE, C. B., Jr. 
Lirul. (j.g.) 
Mt. Washington, Balti- 
more Co., Md. M. I. T., 
Pensa., Moiilchie, Milan, N. 
B. G..SI. Ingleverl, Hamp. 
Rds. N. A. No. 400. HTA. 



DUl ION DANIEL F. 

hri.^Lgn 
1115 Kenwood Ave., Hous- 
ton, Texas. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., San Diego, Pen- 
sacola. N. A. No. 1889. 
HTA. 



DWYER, MARTIN J. 

Ensign 
920 W. tJraydon Ave., 
Norfolk, Va. I'l-nsn., M. I. 
T., Ou.-enslown. VVhiddy 
Island, llnmplon Roads. 
N. A. No. 999. HTA. 



Dabrohua, CiSTRO M., Student OITicer, 1619 R St., 
Washington, D. C. 

Dahn, John Henby, Jn., Student O/ncer, 131 Joralamcn 
St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Daiiv, James W., Student Officer, Smithville, Tex. 

Dalen, H. John, Ensign, 389 6th St., San Pedro, Cal. 



DUTTON, TOM W. 
Student Officer 
Prairieville, La. Mass. Inst, 
of Tech. HTA. 



DWYER, DALTON 
Student 0.fjicer 
3800 Broadway. New York 
City. Mass. Inst, of Tech., 
Bay Shore, Brunswick, Ga., 
Key West. HTA. 




Daley, Fbedemck M., En.sign, Hamilton, Mass. Mass. 
Inst, of Tech., Key West, Miami, Pensacola. N. A. No. 
1945. HTA. 

D.\Li.ETT, Morris, Student OfTicer, Wesllown, Pa. 
Damon. Thos. A., Student Officer, 33 N. Laurel St., 
Ilazellon, Pa. 

Daly, Clarence J., Student Officer, 1125 Williams St., 
Denver, Colo. 

Daly, Le Grand, Student Officer, 1008 Grand View Ave., 
Los Angeles, Cal. Seattle, Wash. 

Darby, A. M., Ensign, 909 Land Title Bldg., Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 

Darling, Erle G., Student Officer, 213 W. Kilborn St., 
Lansing, Mich. 

Darlino, Geo. A., Student Officer, 106 Shaw St., New 
London, Conn. 

Darlino, Walter C, Ensign, 824 Main St., Coshocton, 
Ohio. 

Davidson, Beale B., Student Officer, 56 Charles Gate 
East. Boston, Mass. 




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Davidson, Donald L., Student Officer, Clifton Ave., 
Athenia, N. J. 

Davidson, John H.. Ensign, 1825 F St.. N. W., Wash- 
ington, D. C. N. A. No. 278. 

Davidson, L. E., Student Offirer, Savannah, \ Mo. 
Seattle, Wash. LTA. 

Davidson. Lester, Ensign, 1019 Charles St., St. Joseph, 
Mo. 

Davidson, W. H., Ensign, 381 South St., Broadway, 
Yonkers, N. Y. 

DAvrEs, Jefferson W., Student Officer, 202 15th St., 
Racine, Wis. 



Davies, Orville, Ensign, 5202 IV-fagnoIia A 
III. N. A. No. 1827. 



Student Officer, 



Chicago, 
1950 E. 90th St., 



Davis, Benj, H 
Cleveland, Ohio. 

Davis, Edmund J., Student Officer," 2291 Broadway, 
Beaumont, Tex. 

Davis, Edward A., Student Officer, 46 Eye St.. N. W.. 
Washington, D. C. 

Davis, F. A., Boatswain. 

Davis, F. Hamilton, Lieut, (j.g.), 49 Wall St., New 
York City. 

Davis. Frank S. B., Stadent Officer, Cropseyville, N. 

Davis, Frederick D., Ensign, 645 N. Hopart Blvd., 
Los Angeles, Cal. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Miami, Pensa- 
cola, San Diego. N. A. No. 1651. HTA. 

Davis, Granville E., Ensign, Grand View, Texas* 
Mass. Inst, of Tech., Pensacola, Fla.; Montauk, L. I. 
N. A. No. 807. 

Davis, Joe C, Student Officer, 798 Washington Ave., 
Memphis, Tenn. 

Davis, Roy E., Ensign, Care of The Pal Cafe. Strawn. 
Texas. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Miami, Pensacola. N. A. 
No. 2178. HTA. 

Davis, Stdnet, Ensign, 1700 Austin Ave., Waco, Tex. 

Davis. T. P., Ensign, Four Oaks, N. C. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., Key West, Miami, Pensacola, Coco Solo. N. A. 
No. 1136. HTA. 

Davis, Winsob R., Lieut, (j-g-), 244 W. 76th St., New 
York City. 

Davison, F. T., Lieut, (j.g.), 690 Park Ave., N. Y. 
Palm Beach, Huntington. HTA. 

Davison, Lester, Ensign, 1019 Charles St., St. Joseph, 
Mo. Dunwoody, Minn., Miami, Pensacola. HTA. 

Davison, Wm. Walter, Ensign 

Davison, William W., Ensign, 1837 Cherokee Ave.. 
Hollywood, Cal. Seattle. San Diego, Pensacola. HTA. 

Davisson, Oscar F., Jr., Student Officer. 307 Central 
Ave., Dayton, Ohio. 

Davitt, John A., Student Officer, 314 Page St., San 
Francisco, Cal. 

Davy. James B., Student Officer, 241 Oxford St.. 
Rochester, N. Y. Mass. Inst, of Tech. 

Dawson, Herbert H., Ensign, Care of Columbia Club, 
Indianapolis, Ind. 

Day, Cecil E.. Student Officer, 227 E. Capitol St.. 
Washington, D. C. 

Dayton, Wm. B., Student Officer, 2222 Maine St., 
Quincy. 111. 

Dean, Joseph L., Lieut, (j.g.), Opelika, Alabama. Mass 
Inst, of Tech., Pensacola, Moutchic, Avord, N. B. G- 
Bolsena, Scuola. N. A. No. 363. HTA. 

De Bardeleben, Chas. F., Jr., Student Officer. 17 IdJe- 
wild Park, Jiirroingham, Ala. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Miami, 
HTA. 

De Bardeleben, Prince. Student OlTicor, 17 Idlewild 
Park, Birmingham, Ala. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Pelham 
Bay. LTA. 

DEBLfSSY, Wales L.. Ensign, 131 State St., Meriden, 
Conn. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Key West. Fla., Pensacola, 
Fla. N. A. No. 2386. HTA. 

Decker. Harold J., Student Officer, 411 East 7th Ave., 
Denver, Colo. Seattle, Wash., San Diego, Cal. HTA. 

Decker, James L., Student Officer, Le Roy, N. Y. Mass. 
Inst, of Tech.. Bay Shore, L. I. HTA. 

DeClark, F. F., Lieut, (j.g.). 

DeFobd, Geo. W., Student Officer. Slaplehurst,' Neb. 

Deitzer, Raymond 0., Machinist. 

Delano, M. P., Lieutenant, 308 Prince St., West New- 
ton, Mass. N. A. No. 104. 

Delany, Theo. Wm., Stadent Officer, Georgetown 
College, Washington, D. C. 




Delling, Torvald. Ensign, 1225 Hawthorne Ave., Apt. 
D., Minneapolis, Minn. N. A. No. 1304. 

Dement, Cyrus, Student Officer, Smyrna, Tenn. Mass. 
Inst, of Tech., HTA. 

Dempsey. Russell A.. Ensign, 1107 Elm wood Ave., 
Ft. Wayne, Iniiana. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Newport, 
Miami, Pensacola, Hampton Roads. HTA. 

Dempster, Ryland N., Ensign, 1414 Harlam Ave., 
Baltimore, Md. 

Denault, Eliot W.. Student Officer. Pittsfield, Mass. 

Denman, Gilbert M., Student Officer, 109 West 
French Place, San Antonio, Tex. 

Denning, Matthew J., Ensign, 2011 Oakford St., Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 

Dennis, John Murdoch, Lieut, (j.g.), 1226 St. Paul St., 
Baltimore, Md. 

Dent. Thos. A.. Lieut, (j.g.), 101 Park Ave., New York 
City. Mass. Inst, of Tech.. Miami, Pensacola. N. A. No. 
2427. HTA. 

De Siboub, H. L. J., Student Officer, 1603 K St.,Wash- 
ington, D. C.. Great Lakes, 111. 

DeSonier. Lawrence Adelbert, Ensign. N. A. No. 767. 

Deuchleb, Gust.we H., Student Officer, 624 E. Green 
St., Champaign. 111. 

Develin. James A.. Jr.. Ensign. 6052 Overbrook Ave., 
Philadelphia, Pa. Mass. Inst, of Tech.. Bay Shore, L. I.. 
Pensacola, Fla. N. A. No. 1904. HTA. 

Devine. James J.. Ensign, 61 Centre St.. Bridgewater. 
Mass. Mass. In.st. of Tech., Miami, Pensacola. N. A. No. 
2372. HTA. 

DEvrNE. Patrick Francis. Machinist. 

Devine. Robt. E., Student Officer, 2115 W. Tioga St., 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

De Voe. Raymond F., Student Officer, 109 West 83rd 
St.. New York City. 

Dewey, A. B., Lieut, (j.g-)- 920 Lincoln Parkway. 
Chicago, 111. 

DeWitt, Clyde F.. Student Officer, 841 Judson Ave., 
Evanston, 111. Mass. Inst, of Tech. HTA. 

Dexter, Sidney B., Student Officer, 48 West 55th St.. 
New York City. 

Deyo. Howard N.. Student Officer. 250 Riverside Drive, 
New "^'ork City. Dunwoody Inst., Minn. HTA. 

Diamond, Clark G., En'iign, 319 West Ferry St., BuflTalo, 
N. Y. Mass. Inst- of Tech., Akron, Ohio, Rockaway 
Beach. LTA. 

Dibble, Jasper C, Student Officer, Valley Stream, 
N. Y. Mass. Inst, of Tech. HTA. 

Dickey. W. C. Ensign. 

Dickson, Donald W., Student Officer, 44 Holder Hall, 
Provinceton. N. J. 

Dickson, Frank, Student Officer, Pittsburgh, Athletic 
Association. Pittsburgh, Pa. Mass. Inst, of Tech.. Chicago 
Municipal Pier. 

Diehl, Walteb S., Ensign, Jonesboro, Tenn. Mass. 
Inst, of Tech.. Pensacola, Bu. C. & R., Washington, D. C. 
HTA. 

DiEMKB, R. D., Ensign. Ten Hills. Baltimore Co., Md. 

DiEMER, Robt. W., Student Officer, 78 East Penn St., 
Germantown, Philadelphia, Pa. 

DiEMEB, Robt. P., Ensign, Washington, D. C. Pensa- 
cola. Mass. Tnst. of Tech., Akron, Rockaway, Halifax. 

Dietrich, A. F.. Lieut, (j.g.). N. A. No. 115. 

Dietrich, Arthur M., Jr., Student Officer, 69 Ingraham 
Place, Newark, N. J. 

Dietrich. Fred C, Ensign. Rio Vista. C.'il., and Elks 
Club, Oakland, Cal. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Miami, Fla., 
Pensacola. Fla. N. A. No. 2553. HTA. 

DiLKEs Jos. H.. Student Officer, 221 Locust St.. Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 

Dill, Henry H., Student Officer, Albion Hotel, Bal- 
timore, Md. 

Dillon. Edwabd, Ensign, 31 Clinton St., Newark, N. J. 
N. A No. 2439. 

DiMiT, William R., Ensign, 1323 Summer St., Grinnell, 
Iowa. Seattle, Wash.; San Diego, Cal.; Pensacola, Fla. 
N. A. No. 2177. 

DiMMiCK, E. W., Ensign, 828 South 7th St., Terre 
Ilanle. liid. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Key West, Fla. N. A. 
No. 2611. HT\. 

DiNEL, Edward P., Student Officer, 1 West 93rd St., 
New York City. 

DiNKiNs, John H., Student Offiicer, 7225 Hollywood 
Blvd., Los Angeles, Cal. Seattle. San Diego, Cal. HTA. 
Dixon, Brewer, Student Officer, 165 South St., Talla- 
dega, Ala, 



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DiNoN, J. xM., Machinist. 

DoAK, lIiJitERT A., Student Oflicor, Grefnville, Teiin 
Dunwoody Insi. UTA. 

DoAN, J. L., Ensi-n. 229 Qurnn Si.. I*hihiilclphi;i, Pa. 

DoDD, J. M., Ensi^rn, 27 W. 7:5rd Si., N<-w Ynrk Cily. 
N. A. No. 7:J9. 

DoDcr:, jAMii;s \Vm., Slti(l<-nl Ollicer, Conlouconk, N. II. 

Dodge, Roy H.. KnsiKn, 1200 K. 6.Sih Si., S.-titllp, 
Wash. Great Lakes, Camp Saiiltey, IVnsacoIa. 

DoDSON, W. C. EnsiRi), P. (). Box 19, Clinrlntli'. N, C. 
Mass. Iri«t. ol' Tech.. Kt-y West, Miami, I'eiisacnla, Coco 
Solo, Panama. N. A. N(.. n.-JH. UTA. 

DoGCETT, Leslie Earl, Machinist, Iiidepeiidencr', 
Kans. 

DoHERTY, Kmmett E., SttidcTit OHiccr, :V.V.\ Univ(;rsity 
Ave., Mis.souhi. Mont.. N, A. INo 1:50. 

DoLLARD, Oaklev .L. Lioiil. n. !>'.). Bayport, L. L. 
N. Y. No. 378. 

DoivrTNTCK, E^ EHKTT, Ensifin, ;J7 Ensl 57lh Si., New York 
City. 

DofVAHUE, Frank T., Ensife-n, ]3 Rartlcit St., Hoxhnry. 
Mass. N. A- No. 178. 

Donahue. James M., Sludenl Officer. 121 Merrifichi St., 
Worcericr, Mass. Mass. Inst, of Tech. UTA. 

Donaldson, Bryan Wksley. Ens^if^n, 11. K. JMcCann 
Co.. 61 Broadway, New York Cily. No. 1168. 

Donaldson, Jotin W., Ensi^rn, 16 Wall St., New York 
City. Mass. Inst, of lech., Pensacola. Cape May, Bay 
Shore. N. A. No. M93. HTA. 

DoNAVAN, Wm. E., Student Officer, 2.55 Park Place, De- 
catur, III. 

Do^E^,so^', Wahren W., Ensign, llnnlingdnn. Pa. 
Donovan. Hemiy L., Student Officer, 592 E. Third St., 
S. Boslon, Mass. 

Donovan, Walter V., Student Officer, 1334 Pacific St., 
Brooklyn. N. Y. 

Donnej.lv, Fred'k S., Student Officer, 341 Bellevue 
Ave.. Trenton. New Jersey. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Bay 
Shore, L. I. HTA. 

DoRGAN, Albert Wm., Ensign, 2012 Madison Ave., 
Toledo. Ohiit. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Miami, I'en«acola, 
Coco Solo, Panama. N. A. 1642. HTA. 

DoRLON, Elias G., Student Oflicer, 15 Sheldon Ave.. 
Troy. N. Y. 

Dorman, Roderick Aitken, Stutfont Officer, 30 West 
70th St., New York City. 

DoRNEB, Frank A., Jr., Gunner. 

Dorwin, Oscar J., Student Officer, Minocqua. Wis. 

Doss, GiLLMAN IL, Student Officer. 100 East Main St.. 
Harlselle, Ala. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Miami. HTA. 

Doss, PAt;L C, Ensign, Phiio, III. Mass. Insl. of Tech., 
Key West, Pensac<ila. N. A. No. 2007. 

DosTER, T. W., Ensign, 1 East Hanover Circle, Ilirminfj;- 
ham, Ala. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Key West, Miami, I'en- 
sacolo. HTA. 

DoTTs, Walter M., Student Officer, 249 Monlerey Ave., 
Pelham, N. Y. 

Dot'ps, John Patrick, Ensign, 1928 P^merson St., Den- 
ver, Colo. N. A. No. 1981. 

D01.1GHEHTY, D. R., Ensign. 4500 Ellis Ave., Chicago, 
111. Maas. Inst, of Tech., Key West, Miami, PensacoJa. 
N. A No. 115. HTA. 

DouGTiERTY, EitQENfj, Ensign, 5334 Geroldine Ave., St. 
Louis, Mo. 

Dougherty, G. Frank, Student Officer, 1462 liast 27th 
St., Brooklyn, N. Y. Mass. Inst, of Tech. HTA. 

Dougherty, Nelson, Lieut, fj.g.), 555 Park Ave., New 
Y'^ork, N. Y. CfWumhia UnivcrRity, Pensacola, Fla. 

Douglas, Gilbert W., Lieut. (}.(?■), Hotel Margaret, 
Brooklyn, N. Y. Bay Shore, Key VVest, Akron, Rocka- 
way. N. A. No. 105,^2- LTA. 

Doussem'. Raymond A., Student Officer, Electric House 
Wesleyan Univ., Middlelown, Conn. 
Dowd, John J., Ensign. 



Dowell. Benja.mtn B., Lieul. (j g.).. 3162 Mt. Pleasant 
St., N. W., Washington, D. C. Pensacola, F!a.; Cape May, 
N. J. N. A. No. 330. HTA. 

DowELL, Cleo L.. Student Officer, 1905 Procter St.. 
Port Arthur, Tex. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Miami. HTA. 

Downing, Edgar E., Student Officer, P. O. Bo^t 767, 
Montgomery, Ala. 

Downs, Morey IL, Lieut, (j.g.). 

Dowrick, James P., Student Officer, 1625 First St., 
Washington, D. C. 

Doyle, Louis John, Ensign, Yale Cluh, 4 llh Si. and 
Vanderhilt Ave., New York City. 

Doyle, P., Gunner. 

Drake, Paul Shirley, Ensign. 

Dreheh, Harry W., Machinist. 

Drennen. Donald, Student Officer, Care of Birmingham 
Motor Co., liirmingham, Ala. 

Dres-ser, Henry Owen, Student (Jfficer. Manhattan, 
Kans , Seattle, W^ash. LTA. 

Driver, Berry O., Student Olficer, Roanoke, Aia. 

Drummonu. Thos. Jos., Mach., 27 Oak Ave., West 
Roxhury, Mass. 

Dkummond, T. Kenneth, Student Officer, 214 West 
71st St., New York City. Great Lakes, Princeton Naval 
Unit. HTA. 

Drury. Walter E., Student Officer, 951 S St., Roslin- 
dale. Mass. 

Dtickworth, H., Ensign. N. A. No. 2251. 

Duddleston, John W., Sludent (Officer, 5 Linden St.. 
Cambridge, Mass. 

Duffield, George, Student Officer. 480 Woodward 
Ave., Detroit, Mich. 

Duhr,«'-en, Alfred, Student Olficer. 42 Beck Hal!. 
Cambridge. Mass. 

Duke, John, Jr., Ensign, 11 Seymour St.. N. Worcester. 
Mass. N. A. No. 1727. 

DuLiN, E. S., Student Officer, 43 Westmoreland Place- 
Los Angeles, Cal. Seatlle, Wash. LTA. 

Dumas, Gardner D., Ensign. 376 AnJo-er St.. Lowell. 
Mass. Pensacola. Fla., Great Lake:!, III. N. A. Nj. 19 J 
HTA. 

Dunbvr. EimoLL, Student Olficer, 1832 Biltm )re St.' 
N. W.. Washington, D. C. 

Duncan, C. C, Ensign, Unadille, Ga. 

Duncan, James W., Student Olficer, Room 210, Southern 
Bldg., Washingt,on, D. C. 

Dunklee, F. E., Gunner. 

Dunlap. Richard W., Ensign, Danville, Kentucky- 
Nortti'-rn ii(»mbing (iroufi, France. 

Dunlop. J. M., Ensign, Petersburg, Va. Ellerslie Farm. 

Dunn, Edward K., Student Oflicer, 30 E. Preston St., 
Baltimore. .Md. Great Lakes, Princeton. 

Dunn, Lewis B.. Student Olficer. 314 S. Broad St., 
Hillsboro, 111. Dunwoody Inst.. Miami. HTA. 
Dunn, W. H., Ensign, Weston, Mass. 
DuNsEiTH. C- R., Jr.. Lieul. (j.g.), EUwood City, Pa. 
N. A. No. 971. 

DuRANT, Walter LeR., Ensign, 310 Sixth Ave.. S[r)- 
kane. Wash. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Bay Shore. Hamptoi» 
Roads, Pensacola, San Diego. N A. No. 1195. HTA. 
DuRKEE, John R., Ensign. 

Du Te\u, Alfred A., Student Olficer, 1105 S. 2 )th 
St., Lincoln. Neb. 

Duv\LL, Edwin M. 
Colo. Springs, Colo. 

DwiGHT, John W.. Jr., 
Washington, D. C. 

DwiGHT. Maitland, Eusigu. 

Dyer. James Edward, Ensign. 

Dys\rt, L. T., Ensign, Melissa, Tex. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., Ham|>lnn Hds., \a.; Miami, iV-nsarola, Fla. N. A. 
No. 2328. 



Ensign, 1117 N. Nevada Ave.. 
, Student Olficer, 17th and II Sis., 





WT'Tt 



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EADES, ROSCOE 
Ens iff n 
Palmyra. Illinois. Mass 
Inst, of -Tech.. Charii-slon, 
Pensarola. Akron. R.ick- 
away Heach. LTA. 



EAGER. AUVILLE 

StuiienI Officer 

21.-! Fid.-lily Hid}.'.. Riilli- 

mr.rc. .Vlii. Mass. Inst, of 

Tpch. HTA. 



EARNEST. CLYDE T. 

Ensign 
3112 Floyd Ave.. Rich- 
mond. Virginia. Mass. 
Inst, of Tech.. Key West. 
N. A. No. 1182 HTA. 



EAST.MAN. (i. P. 
Ensi{/n 

W HiKhland Ave.. Orange. 
N. J. Mass. Inst, of Tech.. 
Akron. Pensacola. V. S. S. 
Wacoiidah. Chalham. N. 
A. No. l.iT9. I.TA. 




A Critot-p ()F Offr-ers \T TrEjUIES. Fr.vxce 




r\STMAN PHILIP Y. 

Ensii/n 
4S Highland Ave. (Iran-.- 
!\'. .1. M.-i.ss. Inst. (,f Te,l,.. 
Key \A'>sl. Miami. Pen- 
sacola. Ca])e .May. N. A. 
No. 1280. HTA.' 







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EHEHllAKD. W. C. 

Ensign 
l.!K Poplar St.. Hoslindale. 
lioslon. .Mass. Mass. Inst, 
of Tech.. Muflalo. Hiirge.ss 
Co.. Marl.lchcad. .Mass. 
N,\F. Pliiladcli.hia. 



EBERHARDT, E. C. 
Ensign 
63 Ridgeview Drive. In- 
dianapolis. Indiana Mass. 
Inst, of Tech.. Miami. 
Pensacola. Hampton Roads, 
N. A. No. 1.588. HTA. 




ICCKKRSON, CEO. D. 

Ensign 
6.j Central Park W.sl. 
New York City. Hay 

Sliure. Key West. Miami. 
N, A. No. ,J(I6. IITA 





EDWARDS, CHESTER S. 

Machinist 
718 Clinton Ave., Newark, 
N. J. Peasacola, Hamp- 
ton Roads, Akron, LTA. 



EDWARDS, O. M. 

Ensign. 
705 Walnut Ave., Syracuse, 
New York. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., Miami, Pensacola. 
N. A. No. 1587. HTA. 



EDWARDS, THOMAS R. 

Student Officer 
4209 Illinois Ave., N. W. 
Wash., D. C. Mass. Inst, 
of Tech., Miami. HTA. 



EHLBERT. HENRY L- 

Student Officer 
1806 Avenue I, Birming- 
ham, Alabama. Mass 
Inst, of Tech, Key West. 
HTA. 





VilL. 



EHRHART. E. O. 

Ensign 
351 West 29th St., New 
York City. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech , Miami, Pensacola. 
N A No. 2498. HTA. 



ELDER, WILLIAM F. ELLIS. ERL HUBERT 



Ensign 
2420 Ashby Ave., Berkeley, 
California. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., Miami. Pensacola. 
N. A. No. 1972. HTA. 



Ensign 
624 A. C. Foster Bldg., 
Denver, Colorado. Mass. 
Inst, of Tech., Miami, 
Pensacola. N. A. No. 2040. 
HTA. 



ELWARD. ALLEN H. 

Ensign 
10 Durrell St., Methuen, 
Mass. Mass. Inst, of Tech.. 
Akron, Rockaway. Halifax, 
Nova Scotia, Pensacola 
Hampton Roads. LTA. 




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EMANUEL, VICTOR 
Student Ofjicer 
St. Urhan Apts. 2 W. 89lh 
St., New York City. Muss. 
Inst, of Tecti., Miami. 
HTA. 



EMERSON R. 
Lieut, (j.g.) 
Austin, Texas. Wasliinf^lon, 
D. C. Most foreign sta. 
.\rmisticft Commission to 
Germany. N. A. No. 622. 
It. Dir. Pilot 122. LTA. 



E.MERY, FRANCIS J. 

Lieut. (J.g.) 
71 Cedar St., Roxbury, 
Mass. Mass. Inst, of Tech., 
Pensacola, Philadelphia. 
HTA. 



EMISON, J. W. 

Sludenl Officer 

618 Reichman St., Houston, 

Texas. Seattle, Washington. 

HTA. 




EMRICII. RUSSELL L. ENGLEMAN, FINIS E. ENGLISH, JAMES G. 



En,sign 
415 King Ave., Columbus, 
Ohio. Mass. Inst, of 

Tech., Pensacola, Rock- 
away, Miami. N. A. No. 
1407. HTA. 




Ensign 
Duimegan, Mo. Mass. 
Inst, of Tech., Key West, 
Miami, Pensacola, Bay 
Shore. N. A. No. 2195 
HTA. 



Ensign 
R. No. 2, Rox 41, Greeley, 
Colo. Mass. Inst of Tech., 
Miami. N. A. No. 1529. 
HTA. 



ENO, ARTHUR R. 

Student Officer 

3219 9lh St., Congress 

Hgls., Washin.'ton, D. C 

Mass. Inst, of Tech. HTA. 




ENOS. GEORGE 

Lieut, (j-g.) 
Newport. R. I. Pensacola, 
Moutchic, Fr., L'Aber 
Vrach, Fr., Hampton Roads. 
N. A. No. 61. HTA. 



ERDMAN, A. W., Jr. 

Ensign 
Prospect Ave., & Albany 
Rd., Hartford, Conn. Mass. 
Inst. of Tech., AJtron, 
Pensacola, Chatham. N. 
A. No. 1562. LTA. 



ERICKSON, ALFRED 

Carpenter 
Naval Air Station, Hamp- 
ton Roads, Va. Annapolis, 
Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, 
Pensacola. LTA. 



ERICKSON, JOHN K. 

Student Officer 

Fulda, Minn. Mass. Inst, 

of Tech., Pensacola. HTA. 





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ESTES, WALKER S. 
Lieut, (j.fi.) 
419 Moffel Avn., Joplin. 
Mo. Columbia Univ., 

PauiUac, Fr., Arcachon, 
Gironde, Fr. 



EVANS, GUY WESLEY 

Student Officer 
138 JelFerson Ave.. Wash- 
inj,rton. Pa. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., Nantucket, New- 
port, Key West. HTA. 



EVANS, RALPH P. 
Lieut, (j.rj.) 
Ilarapton, N. H. 
[nsl. of Tech., Bay 
Key West, Cape 
N. A. No. 411. 



South 
Mass. 
Shore, 
May. 
HTA. 



EVANS, SPRINGER F- 

En-tiffn 

R. R. No. 3, T%vin Falls, 

Idaho. Seattle, San Diego, 

Pensacola. N. A. No. IBS 1 




EVINS, ,T. G., Jr. 
Student Officer 
Capital City Club, Atlanta, 
Ga. Mass. Inst, of Tech., 
Rockaway. HTA. 



EWELL, WM. P. 
Studeid Officer 
Cambridge, Md. Ma 
Inst, of Tech. HTA. 



EYRE, ROY S. 
Enfiitjn 
Highland, Howard Co., 
Md. Mass. Inst, of Tech., 
Miami, Pensacola. N. A. 
No 2300. HTA. 



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Eads, Ai.rBREU L., Student Officer, 44 West 10th St. , 
New York City. 

EAOLESFiEin, Wm., Student OfFicer, 3124 Mt. Pleasant 
St.. N. W., Washington, D. C. 

Eakin, John C, Student Olllrer, 190.i Eallery St., Little 
Rock, Ark. 

Eames, J. C., Ensign. 

Earle, Clarence E.. Student Ollicer, Chase, Md. 

Easterly, M. H., Lieut, (.i.g.). 

Eastwood, J. L., Lieut, (j.s.)- N. A. No. 40.'i. 

Eastman, Wm. H., Ensign, 30 Vernon St., Newport. R.I. 

Easton, G., Ensign, 124 West Eighty-sixth St., Neiv 
York City. 

Easton, Williant, Ensign, Loudonville, Albany Co., 
N. Y. Mass. Inst, of Teih.. Key West. Ca|.e May, Pensa- 
ccla. N. A. No. 463. HTA. 

Eaton, Albion K., Lieut, (.f.g.), 16 Oxford St., Cam- 
bridge, Mass. 

Eaton, Carleton W., Ensign, ttrono, Maine. 

Eaton, Joseph A., Lieut, (j.g.), 123 Packard Ave., 
Tufis College, Mass. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Pensacola. 
Cattewater, Eng., Felixstowe, Eng., Hie Hague, Holland, 
Rockaway, Dahlgren, Va. N. A. No. 184. HTA. 

Eaton, Rea L., Student Ollicer, Eaton, Colo. Seattle, 
Wash., Miami, Fla. HTA. 

Ebeltno, IV TI., Stiidenl Ttflicer, 327 Dwyer Ave., San 
Anionio, Tej. Seallle, Wash., Key West, Fla. HTA. 

Ebersole, Wm. G., Ensign, 167 Exeler Terrtice, Huft'alo, 
N. Y. 

EcKELMAN, C. F., Sludent ttlTicer, Lincoln, Kans. Seat- 
tle, Wash. HTA. 

Eddt, E. R., Machinist. 

EoDY, Robert Lewis, Student Officer, Willar<l Hotel, 
Washinglon, D. C. 

Kdoehton, Gurdon, Irving, Ensign, 41 Hawthorn St., 
Cambridge, Mass. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Pensacola, Fla. 
N. A. No. 21.50. HTA. 

Edmonds, Recinald W., Ensign, 86 Hewlett Si.. R(»s 
lindale. Mass, Mass. Inst, of Tech., Miami, Fla. HTA. 



. S. Dept. of 
213 S. 2Ist 



1340 Perry 




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Edmomison, John S., Student Officer, 187.) S. Parkway, 
Memjihis, Tenn. 

Edmi ndson. Wilford a.. Lieut, (i.iz.). 

Edwards, C. H., Machinist, 331 41st St., Brooklyn, 
N. Y. 

Edwards, Edward Mitchell, Ensign, 2117 Locust St., 
Ph ladelphia,Pa. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Instructor. LTA. 

Edwards, Richard E., Sludent Officer, 123 W. Main St , 
Peru, Indiana. Great Lakes, III. 

Edwards, Robebt B., Student Officer, 1126 South 3 Kb 
St., Omaha, Neb. 

Edwards. Thomas E., Ensign, Care of II. 
Labor. EI Paso, Tex. 

Edwibds. Willi \m S.. Jr., Student Officer, 
St., Birmingham, Ala. 

Ehrhart, Wilblr W., Student Ollicer, 4301 Grant 
I'lvd., Pillsburgh, Pa. 

Ehrmanntraut, Wm. H., Lieut, (i.g.). 
Place, Washington. D. C. 

EiTEL, Edmund H., Ensign, Highland Park. III. Col- 
umbia University, Chatham, U. S. N., Gas Engine Sch., 
(ireat Lakes. 

EiDMANN, Frank Lewis, Lieut, (.j.g.), 65 Fairfield Ave.. 
Holyoke, Mass. Columbia LJniversily, Packard, Detroit. 

Eldred, Andrew J.. Student Officer. 1736 G St., W'ash- 
inglon, D. C, 

Ei,DRiDOE, Carleton G., Ensign, 1332 .Mass. Ave 
Washington, D. C. 

Eldridge, Elton M., Student Officer 

Elleb, Hehbebt T., Sludent Officer, Euclid Ave. at 90th 
St., Cleveland. Dunwoody Inst., San Diego. HTA. 

Ellicott, Wm. II., Ensign, 1731 20th St., N. W., Wash- 
ington, D. C. N. A. No. 1120. 

Ellington, K. R., Lieut, (j.g.),, Clayton, N. C. N. A. 
No. 1009. 

Elliott, Harold Abrahwi, Ensign, 76 Chope Place 
Detroit, Mich. N. A. No. 760. 

Elliott, Henry S., Stuilent Officer, 2 11 JelTerson St., 
Henderson, Ky. 



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Elliott, Nixo^j C. EnsiKn. 616 Denham Bldg.. Denver, 
Coir, Mass. Insl. of Tech., Greal Lake.s, I'ensacola, 
Washinglon. IITA. 

Elltott, HEvNOLfts F., Sliulenl OfHcer, Evans City. Pa. 
Elliott. Rosooe C, Student Oilicer, .37 Lowden Ave., 
West bomerville, Mass. 

Elliott, Wm. B., Jb., Sludcnt Oiricer, 2.56 W. Dudley 
Ave., Westfield, N. J. 

Ellls, Johnstoive D., Lieut. (j-K-), lO.U W Erie 
Ave., Lorain, Ohio. N. A. No. 701. 

Elmore, Ltnwood K., Student Officer, Burn^ide, Conn. 
Mass. Inst, of Tech. LTA. 

Els.\s, Nobman E., EnsiKn. Ponce De Leon Apts 
Atlanta. Ga. Mass. Inst, of Tech.. Key West Miami' 
Pensacola. N. A. No. 1687. HTA. 

Elvidoe, Eable C, Student Officer, Hotel Sequoia 
Redwood City, Cal. 

Ely, Mahlon L., Ensign, Hutchinson, Kani. Mass. Inst, 
of Tech.. Newport. Bay Shore, Pensacola, Washinston 
New York. HTA. 

EMER.S01V, Abthur J., Ensi^n. 16 Addin-.'ton Road 
Rrookhnc, Mass. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Key West, Miami 
Pensacola, Norfolk, Anacostia. N. A. No. 116.3. 

Emehson, Edward F., Student Olficer, 31 Hovey St., 
Newton, Mass. 



Enders, John F.. Lieut, fj.g.), 17 Highland Si., Hart- 
ford, Conn. N. A. No. 891. 

Endicott, John, Ensign, 386 Longwood Ave., Boston, 
Mass. 

Engel, William P., Student Officer. 

Enolish, Fr.vnk K., Ensign, 186 Edwards St., New 
Haven, Conn. Mass. Inst, of Tecfi., Miami, Pensacola. 
N. A. No. 2619. LTA. 

Epes, Branch P., Ensign, 2016 R St., N. W., Wa.shing- 
ton, D. C. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Miami, Pensacola. 
N. A. No. 1713. HTA. 

Erdman, Charles E., Ensign, 2-16 Bryant St., Buffalo, 
N. Y. N. A. No. 2159. 

Erdman, Chas. R-, Jr., Student Officer, 20 Lihrary PL, 
Princeton, N. J. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Bay Shore, Bruns- 
wick. HTA. 



Erwtn. John C, Student Officer, 
Charlotte, N. C. 



210 West nth St., 



EsQuiROL. Joseph .Mfn^I, Student Officer, 2> Crooke 

Minneapolis, Minn. 



Odessa, New York. 
Y.; Pensacola, Fla. 



Emery, Charles G., Student Offi 
Pasadena, Cal. 

Emery, John J., Ensi 
Mich. N. A. No. 1769. 

Emery, John J., Ensign, r> East 68th St., New York 
N. Y. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Bay Shore, Pensacola. HTA. 

Emmert, Allan R., Ensign, ,513 South Queen St., Mar. 
tinsburg, W. Va. ' 

Emory, Frederick Ingersoi.l, Student Offi. 
Willard Road, Brookline, Mass, 



!:r, 140(1 Ilillcrest Ave., 
170 Woodmere Ave., Detroit, 



19 



Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. Dunwoody, 
HTA. 

EsT.\BROoK, Fred T., Lieut, (j.g.), 
Mass. Inst, of Tech., Ray Shore, N. 
N. A. No. 572. HTA. 

EsT.vBROOK, H. C, Ensign. 

Evans, A. W., Ensign. N. A. No. 696. 

Evans, Frederick, Lieut, fj.g.). 

Evans, G. E., Ensign. N. A. No. 166. 

Evans, Robert B., Student Officer, 31.31 Washington 
Blvd., Indiana|>olis, Ind. 

EwAN, Charles M., Ensign, Covington, Ky. N. A. No. 
1988. 

EwART, Irving D., Ensign, 542 W. 112th St., New York 
City. Columbia Univ., Great Lakes, III. HTA. 



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I'm Scared of It All 

I'm scared of it all, God'.s truth so I am: 

It's too big and brutal for me. 

My nerve's on the raw and I don't give a damn 

For all the si.vteens that I see. 

I'm lost in the cockpit; the wings are too wide; 

The bubble goes slopping about; 

Oh I want to go back to the X-.'J's again — 

I wish to hell I was out. 



Id rather go back to my Old Gyrene. 

To the F-boats that ride on the foam. 

Or even to Saufley with chaos supreme. 

Than to have them carry me home. 

My brain is packed full of mysterious gloom. 

My e.veballs are glazed and aglare; 

This si-\"teen is deadfalled with danger and doom. 

It never was meant for the tiir. 



My knees knock together; I'm full of unrest; 

I cringe — I'm so weak and so small; 

I can't get my bearings, I'm crushed anil oppres.sed 

With the haste and the waste of it all. 

The turns and the spirals — one motor is cut, 

.\nd fear in the faces I see. 

We've come down for a landing — successfully, but- 

It's all blooming torture to me. 




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I watch the wan faces under the ilash; 

All kinds of queer antics I see. 

And each one of them is expecting to crash. 

And none has a kind thought for me; 

Just jaded and panting like fogs in a pack, 

Each one contemplating his fate. 

Oh, God, but I'm lonesome — I wish I was back 

On the beach before it's too late. 



I feel its all wrong but I can't tell ,\ou why — 

The bumps are doing their very best. 

Still X-9's and ones are all hogging the sk,\ — 

I wish I was back at Ke,\' West! 

I'm scared of it all; from afar I can hear 

The trumpet of Gabriel's call. 

We're nothing but men with a little veneer; 

Terra firma is best after all. 



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FELLOWS. RICHARD C. 

Ensign 
1437 Arnold Ave., N. W. 
Canton, Ohio. Mass. Inst, 
of Tech., Miami, Pensacola. 
N. A. No. 2177. IITA. 



FELTMAN, GEORGE R. 

Siuilp.ni Ofjiccr 
Ansonia, Ohio. Mass. Inst, 
of Tech. HTA. 



FERGUSON. JAMES G. 

Ensign 
Amsterdam, N. Y. Mass. 
Inst, of Tech., Akron, 
Rockaway. N. A. No. 
10.5.3. LTA. 



FERGUSON. H. D. 
Ensign 
700 So. 16tli St., Lincohi, 
Nebr. I*ensacola. Mass. 
Inst, of Tech., Miami. N. 
A. No. 2021. HTA. 



(C) Underwood <S VndiTwood. N. Y. 

jVI.\N-oF-\V.iR AT Anchor in Xew York Harbor 






FERGUSON, R. F. 

Student Officer 

Carnegie, Oklahoma. Mass. 

Inst, of Tech.. Akron, Key 

West, Pensacola. LT.\. 



FERRY, EARL E. 

Ensign 
81 Elizabeth St., Piltsfield, 
Mass. Mass. Inst, of Tech., 
Hampton Roads, Pensa- 
cola. N. A. No. 2387. 




A. No. 1200 



FICKINGER, R. B. 

Ensign 
908 6th St., N. W. Canton, 
Ohio. Mass. Inst, of Tech., 
Pensacola, Boston, Ana- 
oost'a, Washington. N. 



HTA. 



FIEDLEK, E. C. 
Ensign 
215 N. Ave., Cranford, N. 
J. Pensacola. Newport 
News, Hampton Roads, 
N. A. No. 616. LTA. 






FLECKENSTEIN, J. G. 

Student Officer 
610 Bates St., Grand 
Ftapids. Michigan. Seattle, 
Washington. HTA. 



FLEITMANN, W. M.,J-. 

Lieut, (j.g.) 
114 East 84th St., New 
York City. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., Bay Shore, Pensa- 
cola. .\. A. No. 9.50. HTA. 



FLEMING, CHAS Jr. 

Ensifjn 

M'tnsion House, Milford, 
Mass. Mass Inst. ol'Tech., 
Akron, Pcnsacola. N. .\. 
No. 26.58. LTA. 



FLEMING, JAMES D. 

Student Officer 
4,54 Seventh St., San Ber- 
nardino, California. Seat- 
lie, Wasiiington. HT.\. 





(C) Underu'niid ^ L'ndtruooil, ,\ >. 



Aeri.\l A'iew of Bre.st. FR.\NrE 
Shoving U. S. Xaral Air Stalioii 





FLETCHER, FRANK B. 

Student Officer 
(105 E. Missouri St . El 
Paso, Texas. Mass. Inst, 
of Tech.. Key West, Miami, 
Pensacola. HTA. 



FLETCHER, W. D. 

Ensidn 
Heuvelton, N. Y. Mass. 
Inst, of Tech., Miami, 
Pensacola, N. A. No.1716. 
HTA. 




FLICKINGER, C. P. 
E nation 
502 N. Grove Ave., Oak 
Park, III. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., Bay Shore. Bruns- 
wick, Key West, Pansacola. 
N, A. No. 2312. HTA. 




FLYNN, CHARLES E. 

Ensign 
12 Smith Road, Clil'ton- 
dale, Mass. Mass, Inst, of 
Tech., Key W'est, Miami, 
Pensacola. N. A. No. 1784. 
HTA. 





FLYNN, FRKD T. 
Ensign 
92 BuckiriKham St., Hart- 
ford. Conn. Mas-s. Inst, of 
Tech., Key West, Miami, 
Pensacola. N. A. No. 219'^ 
HTA. 



FLYNN, MAURICE B. 

Lieut. (J-g-) 
16 Vinton Rd., Madison, 
N. J. Mass. Inst, of Tech., 
Miami. Pensacola. N. A, 
No. 1961. HTA. 



FLYNN. W. HUGO 
Student Officer 
740 N. Burlington Ave., 
Hastings, Nebraska. Seat- 
tle, Washington. HTA. 



FOLEY, THOS. P. 

Student Officer 
Adams Ave. and N. E. 
Boulevard, Frankford, Pa. 
Mass. Inst, of Tech. HTA. 




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FOLWELL, BALPH T. 

Student Officer 
111 Bethlehem Pike, Chest- 
nut Hill. Penn. Mass. Inst, 
of Tech. HTA. 



FONDEVILLE, E. L. 

Student Officer 
141 Park Ave., East Orange, 
N.J. Mass. Inst, of Tech., 
Cambridge, Goodyear Fly- 
ing Field, Akron. LTA. 




FORBES, WILL 

Student Officer 

Waterloo. Iowa. Mass. 

Inst, of Tech., Great Lakes. 

HTA. 



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FORGAN. J. ]i.. Jr. 
Ensign 
38 S. Dearborn St., Chi- 
cago, III. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., Bay Shore. Pensa- 
cola. N. A. No. 1730. 
LTA. 







FORKNER, JOE R. 

Ensign 
4214 14th Ave,, N. E., 
Seattle, Wash. Mass. Inst, 
of Tech., Key West. N. A. 
No. 1479. HTA. 



FORREST, RONALD C. 

Student Officer 
712 N. 49th St., Seattle, 
Wash. Seattle. HTA. 



FORSTER, GEORGE F. 

Student Officer 
111 Rogers Ave., Macon, 
Ga. Seattle, Washington. 
HTA 



FOSTER, JAMES R. 

Stu<l<-nl Officer 

152 West .5«th St.. New 

York City. Mass. Inst, of 

Tech., Bay Shore. HTA. 





FOW, FRANKLIN RILE 

Student Officer 
5 11 Argyle Road, Brooklyn, 
N. Y. Dunwoody lust., 
Minn. HTA. 



m^ 



FOWLER. LEROY A. 

Ensign 
Rozeman, Montana. Mass. 
Inst, of Tech., San Diego, 
Pensacola. N. A. No. 2039. 
HTA. 



FOX. AUSTIN 

Student Officer 

426 South Oak Park Ave., 

Oak Park, Illinois. Seattle. 

Washington. HTA. 



FOX. JAMES M. 

Student Officer 

542 West 112 St., New 

York City. Mass. Inst, of 

Tech. HTA. 





FOX. NORMAN J. 

Sludenl Officer 

1502 Indiana Ave., La 

Porte, Indiana. Seattle, 

Great Lakes. HTA. 



FRANCI.SCO, CYRUS P. 

Enaign 
69 Ilalsey St.. Newark, N. 



FRANZ, CRISS WESTON 

Ensiun 
Restmere, Tallmadf^e, Ohio. 



J. Mass. Inst, of Tech., 


Summit County. 


Mass. 


Akron, Pensacola. LTA. 


Inst, of Tech., 


Akron. 




Miami. Pensacola. 


N. A. 




No. 2158. LTA. 





FRAW LIi\ , PAUL B. 

Student Officer 

1.50 W. 47th St., New 

York City. Mass. Inst, of 

Tech.. Bay Shore. HTA. 




FREELAND J. M. 
Student OJjtcer. 
3525 Harrison Blvd., Kan- 
sas City, Mo. Mass. Inst, 
of Tech., Akron, Pensacola. 
LTA. 



FREEMAN, EDMUND L. 

Ensign 
Cameron, Mo. Mass. Inst, 
of Tech.. Akron, Pensacola. 
N. A. No. 2157. ' 



FRIEND, R. 
Enfi'dn 
16 16 Mass. St.. Lawrence, 
Kansas. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., San Die^o, Pensa- 
cola. N. A- No. 1767. 
HTA. 



FROASS, PAUL E. 

En.^ign 
203 Main St., Oneida, N. Y. 
Mass. Insl. of Tech.. Pen- 
sacola. (.lueenstown, \\'ex- 
ford. Hamp. Rds.. Rock- 
away. N. A. No. 751. 




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K 



;'i^ 



FROST. EDWARD M. 

Student Officer 
1407 Harrison St., Lynch- 
burg, Virjiinia. Mass. Inst. 
of Tech., Boston, Bay 
Shore. HTA. 




FRYE, EDGAR P. 

Ensl(jn 
R. F. D. No. .■!, Wilton, 
N. H. Great Lake,", U. S. 
S. Kansa.s, Miami. Dayton. 



FULLER, WM. A 
Enalijn 
1200 'iLake Shore Drive. 
Chicago, III. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., Key West. N. A. 
No. 1 1.10. 



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2614 Polk St., N. W., 



Fagan, p. F., Ensign. 

Fagebos, Edwabd D., Ensign. 
Minn., Minn. N. A., No. 7.50. 

Fahy, Charles, Lieut, (.j.g.), 410 Fifth St., N. W., 
Washington. D. C. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Pensacola, Ft. 
Worth, Killingholme, Slonehenge., R. A. F., Fr., Nor. 
Bomb. Gr. 1\. A. No. 301. Hi A. 

Fales, Herbert G., Ensign, 14.') Highland St., W^est 
Newton, Mass. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Hammondsport, 
N. Y., BulTalo. N. Y. 

Fallo.n, C. G., Ensign, 31 Borroughs St., Jamaica 
Plain, Mass. 

Farley, Adrian M., Student Ollicer, Harbor Road, 
Soiilhport, Conn. 

Fabley, Eliot, Ensign, Dcdham, Mass. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., Pensacola. HTA. 

Farley, W. Scott, Ensign, Opelika, Wa. Great Lakes, III. 

Far.mer. Chas. Ralph, Ensign, Santa Rosa. Cal. N. A. 
No. 216. 

Farnham, W^rLLARD E., Ensign. 

Farivsworth, Ghover C, Ensign, 2710 Ontario Road, 
Washington, D. C. 

Farrell, Henry E., Jr.. Student OfQcer, 918 Security 
Bldg., St. Loui.s, Mo. 

Farrell, Raymond, Student Ollicer, Palo Alto, Cal. 
Mass. Inst, of Tech., Akron. LTA. 

Farrelly, Richard L., Ensign, Harrison, N. Y. N. A. 
No. Si)7. 

Farthing, Wm. J., Lieut. <i-(i-). No. 3 Montrose Apt. ; 
Houston, Tex. Bu. of Ordnance, Washington, D. C. 

Fabwell. J. v., 3rd, Lieut, (j.g.). West Palm Beach, Fla- 

Fauld.s, John L., Student Officer, 58U Walnut St., New 
Orleans, La. 

Favobite. Geobge Upton, Ensign, Devon, Pa. Mass. 
Inst, of Tech., Key West. HTA. 

Fawcett, Charle.s H., Ensign, 411 West 63rd St.. 
Kansas City, Mo. 

Fay, J. A., Ensign, 1371 Columbia Road, Washington, 
D. C. Mass. Inst, of Tech., .San Diego. Pensacola. N. A. 
No. 1211. HTA. 

Fay, Robert R., Ensign. N. A. No. 1731. 

Feaman. Phillip l^., Student Olficer, Kill Birchwood 
Ave., Loui.sville, Ky. 

Febiegr, Wm. S., Student Officer, 4110 Randolph Ave., 
Milton, Ma.ss. Great Lakes, lib 

Fellow.s, Eable II., Ensign, 322 Carrinta .St., Ruther- 
ford, N, J. Rockaway Beach, L. I., Coco Solo, C. Z. 

Fellows, Merbert A., Student OfDcer. Room 275 
Patent Office, Washington, D. C. 



FUHR, HARRY E. FULL AWAY, W. M. 

Lieut. (J.ij.) Student Officer 

41 Fourth Place. Brooklyn, 295.5 Pacific St., Omaha, 

N. Y. Rockaway, Pensa.. Nebraska. Seattle, San 

Pallicc, Paris, Brest, Lon- Diego. HT.\. 
don. (.luecnstown. Castle- 
town, B. Sh., W.ash. LTA. 

Felton, Wm. S., Ensign. 357 Essex St., Salem, Mass. 
Feniston, Noble C, Ensign, Box 51, Sardinia, Ind. 
Fentress, Herbert S., Student Officer, 1801 Willoughby 
St., Norfolk, Va., Uunwondy, Minn. HTA. 

Ferebee, Samuel W., Jr., Student Officer, Newbern, 
N. C. 

Ferguson, Guy H.. Ensign, 480 Pine St., San Francisco, 
Cal. N. A. No. 1083. 

Febguson, Wilbeht H., Student Officer, 2639 E. 29th 
St., Kansas City, Mo. 

Ferguson, Willabd E., Ensign, 61 East 80th St., New 
YofK City. 

Ferris, Dakin Dennett, Ensign. 

Ferris. John M., Student Officer, 76 Young Ave., Pel- 
ham, N. Y. 

Fessenden. John IL, Jr., Student Officer, 3402 Nebraska 
Ave., Tampa, Fla. 

Fessleb. James Andrew, Student Officer, 812 Kercheval 
Ave., Detroit, Mich. 

Feuchtwanger, A. J., Ensign, Mastic, Mass. 

Field, Hugh T., Ensign, Calvert, Tex. Seattle, Key 
West, Pens.acola. N. A. No. 2378. HTA. 

Fields, J. C, War. Gun. 

Fillebrown, Howard Merrell, Ensign. 24 Vincent 
St., Binghamlon, N. Y Mass. Inst, of Tech., Miami, 
Pensacola, Fla. HTA. 

Finch, Volney C, Ensign, Pacific King Co., Tacoma, 
W^ash. Mass. Inst, of Tech.. Pensacola, Miami, Moutchic, 
Calais, Nor. Bom. Gr., Dunkirk, Hampton Rds. N. A. No. 
23d3. LTA. 

FiNCKE, Donald M., Ensign, 65.5 .Academy .St., Astoria, 
L. I., N. Y. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Akron, Pelhain Bay, 
Brest, Guipavas, Fr. LTA. 

Finley. Adin W., Student Officer, lOlfl Commercial 
St., Emporia, Kans. 

Finnegan. James Joseph, Lieut, (j.g.), 527 Fifth Ave., 
New York, N. Y. New Port News. Va. Washington, D. C. 
St. Ingleyert. Fr., Hampton Roads, Va., Northern 
Bombing Group. HTA. 

Finney, Frank B., War. Gun. 

Finney, William L.. Ensign, 541 W. Jackson Blvd., 
Chicago. III. N. A., No. 2252. 

Fish, Albert S., Ensign, 212 Linden St., Akron, O. 

Fishback, George Ben.iamin, Ensign, Paris, Ky. N. A. 
No. 1967. 

Fisher, Evan T., Student Officer, Rcdiand, Cal. 

Fisher, H. S., Ensign, 2787 Boulevard, Jersey City, N. J. 

Fisher, O. W.. Jr., Ensign, Bellingham, Wash. Care of 
Fisher Flouring Mills Co., Mass. Inst, of Tech., Keviiort, 
N. J., CnUege Pt., L. I., Elizabeth, N. J.; Seattle, Wash. 

Fitch. II. '!., Ensign. 

Fitzgerald, Wyatt E , Carpenter. 

Fitzgibbon. Wm., Ensign, 371 West 123rd St., New York 
City. N. A. No. 2338. 

Fitz, Edwabd C, Student Officer, 18 Tremont St.. Bos- 
ton. Mass. Great Lakes, III 

Fitzpatrick, Elmer J., Student Officer, Radcliff", Ohio. 

FiTZPATRiCK, Joseph P., laeut. (j.g.), 507 110 St., New 
York City. 

Fitzpatrick, Paul E., Student Officer, 2037 Seneca St., 
Buffalo, N. Y. Mass. Inst, of Tech. HTA. 

FrrzsiMONs. Jos. G., Student Officer, 8 Bromley Rd., 
Charlotte. N. G. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Akron, Pensa- 
cola. LTA. 



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FITZPATRICK, Walter C, Boatswain. 
Flanders, Samuel J., Student Officer, 929 Quindaro 
Blvd., Kansas City, Mo. 

Flanegan, Chas. W.. Student Officer, 1.3U Massa- 
chusetts Ave., N. W., Washington, D. C. 

Flanigan, Horace C 
Rochelle, N. Y. 



Fleidner, Cablvle S., Ensign, 2913 Michigan Ave., 
Chicago, III. 

Fle.ming, Forest E., Student Officer, Stanford Uni- 
versity, Cat. 

Fleming. Harvey C, Ensign, 4846 Kimhark Ave.. 
Chicago III. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Miami, i'ensacola. 
N. A. No. 1882. HTA. 

Fle.ming, Herbert Paul, Ensign, 11 E. Wyoming Ave., 
Melrose, Mass. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Miami, Pensacola. 
Fla. N. A. No. 2191. HT.\. 

Fletcher, Harold Hill, Ensign. 1572 Massachusetts 
Ave., Cambridge, Mass. 

Fletcher, Milan P., Student Officer, 418 Peach St.. 
Erie, Pa. 

Fletcher, Ralph Andrew, Lieut, (j.g.), Westford. 
Mass. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Ordnance, Seattle, Wash. 

Fleurv, Edward H., Student Officer. 119 E. 19th St., 
Care of B. P. NefT, New York City. 

Flint, E. I,., Student Officer, Tonica, III. Mass. Inst, 
of Tech., Key West- HTA. 

Flint, Geo. C, Lieut, (j.g.), 842 Gunderson Ave.. Oak 
Park. III. Great Lakes. HTA. 

Flint, Wm. H., Ensign, 7 Thompson Ave., Larchmont, 

Flood, Geo. W.,War. Machinist, .51.5 W. 111th St., New 
York City. Columbia University, Packard, Key West, 
Fla. 

Flood, J. C., Ensign, N. A. No. 921. 

Flood, Thomas B.. Ensign, P. O. Box 1103, Tonopah, 
Nev. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Akron. Key West. N. A. No. 
1965. LTA. 

Flood, Walter C, Ensign, 918 S. Negley Ave., Pitts- 
burgh, Pa. 

Floyd, Gordon Pierce, Ensign, 157 Vas.sar St., Cam- 
bridge. Mass. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Key West, Miami, 
Pensacola. N. A. No. 1615. HTA. 

Floyd, Wm. M.. Jr.. Student Officer. 8 Tower Place. 
Yonkers, N. Y. 

Flynn, ,Iohn B., Student Officer, Illinois .\thletic Club, 
Chicago, III. 

Foley, Arthur C, Student Officer, 2,16 Summit Ave., 
St. Paul, Minn. 

Forbes. D. P.. Lieut, (j.g.). 241 ,N. Main St.. Rockford, 
III. 

Forbes, Talbot, Student Officer, 610 W. 116th St., 
New Y'ork City. 

Ford, Burdette E., Student Officer, 5498 Cornell \ve., 
Chicago, III. 

Ford, Nevil, Lieut 
Boston, Mass. Mass. 
ton, D. C. 

Ford, Newell A., 
III. 

Student Officer. 931 4lli Sf 




Ensign. Quaker Ridge. 



f.ig.). Care of Slate St. Trust Co.. 
[nst. of Tech.. Operations, Washing- 
Student Officer, Western Springs, 
Boston. 



Ford, W.m. V., 
Mass. 

Forde, Thomas H., Ensign, 661 South 2nd East. Salt 
Lake City, Utah. Seattle. Pensacola. San Diego. N A. 
No. 2070. HTA. 

Fobgan, Don,\ld M.. Ensign, 
Washington. D. C. 

Forrestal, J.\MEs v.. Lieut. 
New Y'ork City. N. A. No. 154. 

Forster, Henry, Lieut, (.j.g.), 65 ^\'hite 



The Highlands Apt., 

(j.g.), 28 Nassau St.. 



Dunkirk and St. Inglcvort, France. 



St.. Milton, 
N. A. No. 



Foster, Robert P 
Newark, N. J. 

Foster, Sterling J., Jr.. 
zuma St., Birmingham, Ala. 

FouST, Chester A.. Ensign. 1401 Gregory St., Chicago. 

Fowell. Fred M.. War. Machinist. 

FowLE, Wilson F., Ensign. Box 853 Williamson, Mass. 
N. A., No. 1702. 

Fowler, Wendell C, Student Officer, 3623 S. Presa 
St., San Antonio, Tex. 

Fov, BvRON C. Ensign. 

Fox. E. T., Ensign, 237 Madison Ave., New York City. 

Fox, Geo. W., Ensign. 1914 Lincoln .\ve.. St. Paul. 
Minn. Dunwoody. Mass. Inst, of Tech.. Chatham. 
Miami. Pensacola. N. A. No. 2279. HT.\. 

Fox. Samuel M.. Lieut, (j.g.). Torresdale. Phila.. Penn. 
Mass. Inst, of Tech.. Buffalo. Bu. C. & R.. Washington. 

Fox, Thos. L., War Gunner. 

FoY. Byron C. Ensign. 

Francis. C. C. Ensign. 

Fr\nk, Ingram Nathan. Student Officer. 2233 Larkio 
St.. San Francisco, Cal. 

Franke, Allen, Student Officer. 6106 Kimhark Ave., 
Chicago. III. 

Franklin, Lafayette. Ensign, 351 Lafayette St.. 
Denver. Colo. Seattle, Wash. HTA. 

Fransworth, Grover C, Ensign. 

Frantz, Robt. N., Ensign, Smiley Hall, Claremont, Cal. 

Franzheim, W. a.. Ensign, Wheeling, W. Va. Mass. 
Inst, of Tech., .\kron. Ohio: Pensacola, Fla.; Chatham, 
Mass. N. A. No. 1197. LTA. 

Fraseb, Albert A., 228 Raymond .\ve.. South Orange, 

N. J. N. A. No. 961. 

Eraser, Daniel W., Ensign. 

Fraser. Gilbert R., Student Officer, 182 Juniper St.. 
Atlanta, Ga. 

Frazer, J. W., War. Machinist. 

Freed, Lorinc, Student OfTicer, 605 Locust St.. Knox- 
ville, Tenn. Akron, Ohio, Mass. Inst, of Tech. LTA. 

Freeman, Edward E., Ensign. 

Freeman, Hurley L., Student Officer, 7609 W.ide Park 
Ave., Cleveland, Ohio. Mass. Inst, of Tech. LTA. 

Freeman, S. A., Lieut, (j.g.). 2 Fayette P.ark, Cam- 
bridge. Mass. Mass. Inst, of Tech.. Hampton Road^. 
Pensacola. Rockaway. N. A. No. 1091. HTA. 

Frederick, Stanton W.. Ensign. 3641 Locust St., 
Philadelphia. I'a. 

French. S.. War. Boatswain. 

French. Clarence B.. Ensign, 19 Pleasant St., Walt- 
ham, Mass. Mass. Inst, of Tech.. Bay Shore, N. Y.; 
Pensacola, Fla. N. .\. No. 1920. HTA. 

French, J. Bedford, Lieut, (j.g.), 315 S. 41st St., Phila- 
delphia. Pa. Mass. Inst, of Tech.. Bay Shore. Pensacola, 
Cape May. 

FnEtTDENHEiM. Leon. Eusigu, 9 Marshall Road. Yon- 
kers. N. Y. .Mass. Inst, of Tech.. Pensacola. Bu. Opera- 
tions, Bu. Con. t.^ Repair, Rockaway. 

Frey, Robt. J., Student Officer, 117 Pendleton St., New 
Haven, Conn. 

Fritts, J. W., Student Officer. Hughson. Cal. Seattle. 
Wash. HTA. 

Fritze. J. R.. Student Officer. 802 Bigelow St.. Peoria, 
III. 

Frizzell, Paul J.. Ensign. 3566 13th St.. N. W., Wash- 
ington. D. C. .Mass. Inst, of Tech.. Miami. Pensacola. 
.N. A. No. 2388. HTA. 

Frothingham, Philip B., Ensign. 



Mai 
1075. 

Forster. L. Marquad, Ensign. 6251 McPherson .\ve., 
St. Louis, .Mo. 

Fortna. D. E., Ensign, R. F. D. No. 5, Richmond, Va. 
N. A. No. 1703. 

Foss, Frank K., Lieut, (j.g.), 4625 Lake Park Ave., 

Chicago, III. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Key West, Miami. 
Pensacola. N. A. No. 959. HTA. 

Foster. James G.. Student Officer. Union Springs. Ala. 

Foster, John C Tuscaloosa, -\la. N. A. No. 142. 

Foster. Joh.n M.. Student Officer, 1220 Hinman .\ve., 
Evanston, III. 

Foster. Raymond A., Ensign. 

Foster. Robt. M., Student Officer, Central Y. M. C. A., 
Buffalo, N. Y. 



Frothingh-\m. S,\muel, Jr., Knsign, Overlap, Lenox* 
Mass. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Key We^t, Miami, Pensacola. 
N. A. No. U52. HTA. 



Frye, H\rvey 
Ar(iniore, OkJa. 

Fuller, Erne'=t J. 
Club, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Fuller, John E., Ensign, 2.3 
Mass. 

Fuller, R.'N., 'Student Omccr 
Ohio. 

6o: 



E., Student OfPicer, 121 F St., S. W., 

Lieiit. (j.g.), Crescent Athletic 

Bickerstaff St.. Boston^ 

3.32 Park St., S. Akron, 

Durant Ave., Berkeley, 



Fuller, Robt. L., Ensign. 
Cal. 

Funnell, C. L., Ensign, 316 Woodworth Ave., Yonkers, 
N. Y. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Keyport, N. J.; Whitestone, 
L. I. 









CAFFKEY. B. F. 
Ensiijn 
Lake City, Michigan. Dun- 
woody Inst., Minn., Miami, 
Key West, Pensacola. N. 
A. No. 2523. IITA. 




GAGE, FRED ir. 

Lieut, (j.tf.j 
16 Byron St., Haverhill, 
Mass. Pensacola, San 
Diego. N. A. No. 26,5. 
HTA. 




.W-" 



GAI.N'ES, ClIAnLESII. 

Stui/ent Officer 
Gallatin, Tenn. Ma,5s. Inst, 
of Tech., Pensacola. HTA, 




GAINES. LUDWELL E. 

Ensign 
Fayetlesville, W. \'a. 
Ma.ss. Inst, of Tech., Cam- 
bridge. HTA. 




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GALLAGHER, D. C. 

Student Officer 
O'Neill, Nebraska. Mass. 
Inst, of Tech., Cambridge, 
Curtiss, Buffalo, N. Y. 
LTA. 




GAMMON, F. ROYAL 

Ensign 
.■! West Hill Place, Boston, 
Mass, Mass. Inst, of Tech., 
Aghada, Ire., Killiugholme, 
Eng. 



GALLOUPE, C. A. 
Lieut, (j.g.) 
212 Ocean St., Lynn, Mass 
Squanhim, Hamjjton Rds., 
Pens u oil KiUingholme, 
Fng Chjthim N.A. No. 
42 i 



GAMBLE, JOHN G. 

Ensign 
E. Call St., Tallahas.see, 
Fla. Seattle, San Diego, 
Pensacola. N. A. No. 2163. 
HTA. 



GAMBLE, ROBERT H. 

Lieut, {j.g.) 
85(1 Park Ave., New York 
Cily. -Mass. Inst of Tech., 
Key West, Office Chief 
Naval Operations. N. A. 
No. 468, HTA. 




GANS. HILARY W, 
Ensign 
Beaumont, Govans, Md. 
Mass. Inst, of Tech., Bay 
Shore, Pensacola. N. A. 
No. 2006. HTA. 



GARDNER, EARL A. 

Lieut, (j.g.) 
917 N. Union St., Fostoria, 
Ohio. Akron, Rrest, Finis- 
tere, France. 



GARDNER, GIBSON 
Lieut, (j.g.) 
71 Lincoln Parkway, Buff- 
alo, N. Y. M. I. T., Hamp, 
Rds., Pensa., Moutchic, 
Pauillac, Brest, Treguier, 
Bay Sh. N. A. No. 344. 




GARDNER, GUY N. 
Ensign 
2315 Albion St., Denver, 
Colo, Mass. Inst, of 'Lech., 
Akron, Pensacola. N. A. 
No. 1561. LTA. 



GARDNER, R. E. 
Ensign 
1021 Robinson St., 'Oro- 
ville, Calif. M. I. T., 
Key West, Miami, Pensa., 
London, Washington, S. 
Diego. N. A. No. 1116. 



GARLdCK, FRED L. 

Ensign 

Maxwell, Iowa, Seattle, 

San Diego, Pensacola. N, 

A., No. 2278. HTA. 



GARMON, GEORGE R. 

Ensign 
76 19th St., Lowell, Mass. 
Mass, Inst, of Tech., Bay 
Shore, Pensacola. N. A. 
No. 207a. HTA. 




GERE, HOWARD M 

Sladent Officer 

St., Syracuse. 



305 El 

N. Y. Mass, 

Tech., Miami. 



Inst, of 
HTA. 



r.ERMER. EDWARD, Jr. 

Ensit/n 
402 West 6 St., Erie, Penn. 
Mass. Inst, of Tech., Pen- 
sacola, Rockaway. N. A. 
No. 612. HTA. 



GERRY, FRANK II. 

En.^ign 
63 Hobart St., Danvers, 
Mass. Mass. Inst, of Tech , 
Bay Shore, Pensacola. N. 
A. No. 1810. HTA. 



GETZ, CHARLES L. 

Student Officer 

1111 West Lanvale St., 

Baltimore. Md. Mass. 

Inst, of Tech. HTA. 




1' 



GEYER, CLARENCE H. 

En\i<in 
32 Euchd \\e Buffalo, 
N. Y. M I T Pensi R. 
F. C, SAG Ft Worlh, 
Hamp. Rfjs KiIlin_'hohne. 
N. A. No 251 IIT\ 




GIBSON, H. F. 
Ens inn 
I81I 17lh St., Boiililer, 
Colo. Mass. Inst, of Te-h., 
Miami, Pensacola. N. A. 
No. 156. HTA. 



GIBBS, FRANK H. 
Ensign 
Warrcnton, N. C. Mass. 
Inst, of Te -h., Miami, Pen- 
sacola, Rockaway Beach. 
N. A. No. 1361. HTA. 



GIBBS, LAUREN W. 
Ensign 
301 B St.. Salt Lake City, 
Utah. Mass. Inst, of Te'h., 
Akron, Rockaway, P'n- 
saoola. N. A. No. 158. 
LTA., HTA. 



GIBBS. WALTER 

Ensign 
14 Thetford Ave., Dorches- 
ter, Mass. Mass. Inst, if 
Tech.. Newport, U. S. S. 
Mass. Akron, Rockaway 
Beach. LTA. 




GILL, LESTER N. 
Student Officer 
Garden Grove, Iowa. Dun- 
woody Inst., Minn., Miami. 
HTA. 



GILLAM, C. R. 

Student Ofjicer 

121 E. .Maple Ave.. Laiis- 

horne, P.-^nn. Mass. Inst. 

ofTe-h., Bay Shore. HTA. 



GILLF.N, FREDERICK J. 

Student Officer 
16 Prospect St., La\yr^nce, 
Mass. Mass. 
HTA. 



insl. of Te; h. 





GILMAN, JOSEPH T. 

Ensign 
315 Charles River Hoad, 
Cambridf^e, Mass. Seattle, 
San Dieyo, P.^nsacola. N. 
A. No. 2200. HTA. 



GILMORE. LEON M. 
Ensign 
Wills Point, Texas. Seat- 
tle, Washington, San Diego. 
HTA. 



GILPIN, KENNETH N. 
Ensign 
Boyce, Virginia. Mass. 
Inst, of Tech., Miami, N. 
Bomb. Gr., Calais, Fr., 
Mout:hic, Fr. HTA. 



GIVEN, FREDERICK H. 

Ensign 
59 West St., Cortland, 
Maine. Bay Shore, Bos- 
ton, Squantum, Hampton 
Rds , PtTisacola. N. A. 
No. 752. HTA. 




GLENN, GEORGE M. 
Ensign 

P)rt Matilda, Pa. Seallle, 
8an Diego. Pensacola. N. 
A. No. 2:!61. IITA. 



GOEBKL, WILLIAM H. 

Ensign 
.S75 76th St., Brooltlyn, 
N. Y.. Mass. Inst, of Tech.. 
Buffalo, Collese Point. 
Morehead City. Smithtield. 
N. A. No. 1619. 



GOEDECKE, OSCAR A. 

SluHent Officer 
91 N. 18th St., East Orange, 
N. J. Mass. Inst, of Tech, 
HTA. 



GOEPPERT, K. T. 

Ensign 

2134 Goun St., San Fran- \\^ 
Cisco, Cal. Mass. Inst, of ( 

Tech., Miami. Pensacola. 1 
N. A. No. 1.589. IITA. J^\ 



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U. S. Nav.4l Air St.vtiox -vt Grjox, Fr.\xce 





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GOETZ, A. O., Jr. 

Student Officer 
]60 W. Charles Place, At- 
Jaiitic City, IN. J. Duri- 
wKody Inst... Miiiri. HTA. 



GOING, HEMU R. 
Ensign 
Union, S. C. Mass. Inst. 
fif 'I'och., Cliarleston, Mi- 
ami, i'ensacoia. IN. A. INu. 
1568. HTA. 



GOLD JOHN D 

Stutleni Ojjicer 
Care of Y. M. C. A.. 
Youn^^s own. Ohio. Mass 
Inst, of Tech. HTA. 




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GOLDM,\N, LOUIS J. 

Linut. (j.y.) 

2-16 \V. 3.ird St., New York 

City. Pauillac, Giroude, 

Fr. I1T.\. 



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GOLDSMITH, HENRY F. 

Ensign 
2308 N. Broad Su, Philadel- 
phia, Pa. Mass. Inst, nl' 
Tech., Keyport, New York. 
College Point, New Huveo. 
HTA. 



GOLDSMITH, N. L. 
Ensif/n 
1478 St. James Court, 
Louisville. Ky. Mii'is. 

Inst, of Tech., Miami, 
Pensacola, Hamplon J^ds 
N- A. No. 2102. HTA. 



GOOD, EUGENEJA. 

Ensign 
170 Webster St., Tiflin, 
Ohio. Mass. Inst, of Tech.. 
Camhridfre, Key West, Pen- 
sacola. N. A. No. 2237. 
HTA. 



GOODRICH, ALBERT IT. 

Ensign 
2033 Aubert Ave., Chicago, 
Iliiriois. Mass. Inst. of 
Tech., Great Lakes, Pen- 
sacola. HTA. 




GOODRICH, GRANT 

Ensign 
522 Deraing PI., Chica^'o, 
III. Mass. Inst, of Tech., 
Key West. N. A. No. 
1487. HTA. 



GOODRICH, MARCUS A. 

Ensign 
Austin Nat'I Bank, Austin, 
Texas. Dunwoody, Miami. 
Key West. Pensacola, 
N. A. No. 2637. HTA. 




GOODSPEED, F. S. 
Ensign 
3-1 ( W. 72nd St., New York 
City. Mass. Inst, of Tech., 
Bay Shore, Brunswick, Ga., 
Key West, Pensacola. N. 
A., No. 2351. HTA. 



GOODSPEED, MORTON 

Lieut, (j.g.) 
279 Newbury St., Boston 
Mass. Mass. Inst of Tech. 
Pensacola. N. A. No. 640 




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GORDON, FRANK C. 

Ensign 
46 Way Ave., Corona, 
N. Y. iVIass. Inst, of 
Tech., Miami. Pensacola. 
N. A. No. 2290. HTA. 





GORMLEY, JOHN V. 

Ensign 
19 Wyckoir St., Brooklyn, 
N. Y. Mass. Inst, of Tech., 
Ray Shore, Pensacola. N. 
A. No. M39. HTA. 



GORDON, WILMOT G.. 

Lieal. (J.g.) 
Corona, Long Island, N. Y. 
Bay Shore, Key West, Mi- 
ami, N. A. No. 512. HTA. 



GORDY. J. E. 

Aiachinist 
18 New St. Francis St., 
Mobile, Ala. Pauillac, La 
Pallice, Fr., Pensacola. 




GOSS, CLARK C. 
Ensign 
109 E. 11th St.. Harper, 
Kansas. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., Miami, Pensacola. 
N. A. No. 2465. HTA. 



GOSS, PIERRE B. 
■Slinlenl Ofjicer 
Sheridan, Placer Co., Cal- 
ifornia, Seattle. San Diego. 
HTA. 



GORMAN, JOHN P. 

Ensign 
608 Bellevue Ave.. Syra- 
cuse, N. Y. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., Miami, P.-^nsacola 
N. A. No. 2583. HTA. 




GOULD. CHARLES B. 

Ensi^jn 
1412 Des Moines St., Des 
Moines, Iowa, Dunwoody 
Inst., Minn., Miami, Key 
West, Pensacola. N. A. 
No. 2652. 



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GOULLET, ALFRED T 

ShulenI Ofjicrr 
191 So. 7th St., Newark, 
N. J. Mass. Inst, of Tech.. 
Pensacola, Key West. 
IITA. 



GOVER, ROBB. 

Lieut, ij.ij.) 
600 N. Carrolllon Ave., 
Baltimore, Md. M. I. T., 
Pensacola, Miami, Queens- 
town, Lnii^jh Foyle, Nor- 
folk. N. A. No. 713. HTA. 



GRADER, G. \V., Jr. 
Ensign 
1 1 Highland Terrace, Mar- 
blehead, Mass. Mass. 

Inst, of Tech., Norfolk, 
Pensacola, Morehead City. 
N. A. No. 18157. HTA. 



GRAFFIS, JOS. M. 

Ensign 
BLS Lafayette Parkway, 
Chicago, III., Moutchic, Fr., 
Lake Bolsena, Italy, P >rto 
Corsini, It. N. A. No. 
1.503. HT.\. 



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GRAHAM, ALAN II., 
Ensif/n 
23 S. Maple Ave., East 
Orange, N. J. Mass. Inst, 
of Tech., Bay Shire, Pen- 
sacola, Rockaway. N. A. 
No. 104«. HTA. 



GRANDIA, KLLIUT C. 

Student Officer 
Tirfioute, Pa. Mass. Inst, 
of Tech., Miami. HTA. 



GRA\ES, FORREST L. 

Student Officer 
Del. Water Gap, Perm. 
Mass. Inst, of Tech. HTA. 



GRAY, ALFRED S. 
Ensign 
519 Con!>rcss St., Portland, 
Me. Mass. Inst, of Tech. 
Akron. Hampton Roads, 
North Sydney, N. S., 
Rockaway Bf-ach. LTA, 




GRAY. GILSON B., Jr. 

Ensiijii 
Stronghaven, Aberdeen, 
Miss. Mass. Inst, of Tech., 
Key West. N. A. No. 2022. 
HTA. 



GRAY, HAROLD E. 

Ensign 

799 Monadnock RIdg., San 
Francisco, Cal Mass. Inst, 
of Tech., Keyport, New 
York. 



GREEFF, CHARLES A 

Ensifin 

Quoque, Long Island, N. Y. 
Mass. Inst, of Tech., Ak- 
ron, Rockaway. LTA. 



GREEN, RAY F. 

Ensign 

son Crocker Jildg.. San 
Francisco. M. I. T., San 
Pedro, San Diego, Akron, 
Pensacola, Hampton Rds, 
N. A. No. L559. LTA. 




GREENE, JAMES H. 

Ensign 
-■585 Quail St.. Albany, 
N. Y. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech.. Akron, Rockaway, 
Hampton Roads, Key 
West. LTA. 



GREENE, JOHN H. D. 

Studenf Ofjicer 
4050 Greenview Ave., Chi- 
cago, III. Diinwoody Inst., 
Minn., Miami. HTA. 



GREENE, W. C, Jr. 

Lieni. ij.g.) 
198 CHHord S(., Provid- 
ence, R. I. 





GREENWOOD, F M 

SlufJenl Officer. 
Muir, Michigan. Mass. 
Inst, of Tech., Akron. LTA. 




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GREER, C. W., Jr. 

Student Ofjicer 
3220 Pillshury Ave.. S. 
Minn., Minn. Dunwoody, 
Miami. HTA. 



GRIER. HARRY P., Jr. 

Ensign 
Slatesville, N. C. Mass. 
Inst, of Tech., Miami, 
Key West. Pensacola. 

N. A. No. 2555. HTA. 



GRIFFIN, P. V. R. 

Lieuf. 0'-9-) 
1127 Forest Ave., Evan- 
ston. Illinois. Mass. Inst, 
of Tech., Rockaway, Akron. 
N. Sydney, Nova Scotia. 
LTA. 



GRIFFIN. ROBERT H. 

Ensign 
28 Collage St.. Leomin- 
ster. Mass. M. I. T.. 
Ruffalo, Paris, Pauillac, 
Moutchic, London. Felix- 
stowe. Killingholme, Grain. 




GRIFFITH, F. A. 

Student Ofjicer 
41 Cuyler St., Palmyra, 
N. Y. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., Akron. LTA. 



GRISWOLD, (VI. I'. 

Ensign 
469 Durkee Ave., Kenosha, 
\\ iseoiisiii. Mass. Inst, of 
'J'ech., Miami, Pensacola. 
N. A. No. 1811. ilTA. 



GRISWOLD, RETTIG A. 

Lieut. U-fl-'^ 
105 West Third St., Peru, 
Iiid. Toronto, Hamplon 
Rds.. F(. Worth. KUIing- 
holme. Holseiia. Rockaway. 
N. A. No. 248. HTA. 



GR<»KNE, C. H. 

Ensign 
604 Locust St , Coshocton. 
Ohio. Mass. Inst, of Tech., 
Miami, Pensacola. N. A. 
No. 2118. HTA. 




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GUINN, T. D. 
Ensign 
115 Hurt St., Allanla, Ga 
Mass. Inst, of Tech. .Miami, 
Pensacola. Morehcad City, 
Hampton Rds. N. A. No 
1912. HTA. 



GUNTHER, GORDON 

Ensign 
1 Parkland Place, St. Louis, 
Mo. Dunwoody, Miami, 
Key West, Pensacola. N. 
A. No. 2609. HTA. 



GWILLIAM, R. C. 

Ensign 
2.^40 Eccles Ave., Ogden, 
Utah. Seattle, Miami. San 
Diego, Penaacola. N. A. 
No. 2426. 



GWIN, W. B. 

Ensign 
Roland Apts., Washington, 
D. C. Mass. Inst, of Tech., 
Pensacola, Anacostia. N. A. 
No. 1010. HTA. 



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Gabel, Cuthbebt C, Student Officer, 216 First St., 
Belvidere, 111. Mass. Inst, of Tech. LTA. 

Gabeline, C. A., Ensign, 715 N. 5th St., Burlington, 
Iowa. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Key West, Miami, Pensacola. 
N. A. No. 2202. HTA. 

Gadsdeiv, Philip H., Lieut, (i.e.), 64 Hasell St., Charles- 
ton, S. C. N. A. No. 233. 

Gaetner, Walter C. F., Student Officer, 46 Spring 
Park Ave., Jamaica Plains, Mass. 

Gallagher, Geo. Dominic, Ensign, 133 Lafayette Ave., 
Buffalo, N. Y. 

Gallagher, V. L., Ensign, 309 Hartman Bldg., Colum- 
bus, Ohio. 

Gallivan, T. J., Ensign, 65 Hollis St., Framingham, 
Ma.ss. N. A. No. 1512. 

Gardiner, Charles M., Ensign, 141 Bucknam St., 
Everett. Mass. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Pensacola, Coco Solo, 
C.Z., Chatham. N. A. No. 1831. HTA. 

Gardiner, James S., Ensign, Clinton, Md. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., Miami, Pensacola. N. A. No. 1622. 

Gardner, Alfred, Lieut. O'g-). 46 Cedar St., New York 
City. N. A. No. 1093. 

Gardner, A. Howard, Ensign, 317 Wheeler St., Ft. 
Worth, Tex. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Miami, Pensacola. 
N. A. No. 1096. HTA. 

Gardner, Henry L., Ensign. N. A. No. 2404. 

Gardner, Robert Royer, Student Officer, 4.56 Pros- 
pect Ave., Buffalo, N. Y. Mass. Inst, of Tech. HTA. 

Gardner, W. H., Lieut, (j.g.). Mastic, L. I., N. Y. N. A. 
No. 343. 

Gardner, Walter R., Student Officer, 54 Stinson Ave., 
Providence, R. I. 

Gargan, Thomas V., Student Officer, 241 East 175th 
St., New York City. Mass. Inst, of Tech. HTA. 

Garlincton, Juliti.s p.. Ensign, Cedartown, Ga. Mass. 
Inst, of Tech., Miami, Fla.; Pensacola, Fla. N. A. No. 
1326. HTA. 

Garnett. Wm. T., Ensign, 1834 St. Andrews PI., Los 
Angeles, Cal. N. A. No. 1663. 

Garrett, Wm. M., Student Officer, 1027 Proctor St., 
Port Arthur, Tex. 

Garrison, Clifford R., Student Officer, 8 Brentmoor 
Park, St. Louis, Mo. 

Gartner, Walter C. F., Ensign, 46 Spring Rd., Jam- 
aica Plains, Moss. N. A. No. 8498. 

Garver, D. B., Student Officer, 3.34 W. Beavor Ave., 
State CoUcge, Pa. Mass. Inst, of Tech. HTA. 

Garvey, E. T., Ensign. N. A. No. 660. 

Gary, John, Student Officer, 154 Ralston Ave. So., 
Orange, N. J. 

GASKIN.S, Palemon II., Ensign, Winecoff Hotel, At- 
lanta, Ga. 

Gaston, Frederick K., Jr., Student Officer, Greenwich, 
Conn. 

Gaston, John M., Ensign, 300 S. 36th St., Philadel- 
phia, Pa. N. A. No. 2231. 

Gaston, William, Lieut, (j.g.), 97 Bay State Rd.. 
Boston, Mass. Squantum, Hampton Rds., Ft. Worth, 
Eng.; N. Bomb. Squ., St. Nylevert, Milan, RAF, Sq. 214. 
N. A. No. 294. HTA. 



Gatchet, F. L., War. Machinist, 2814 E. Olive St., 
Seattle, Wash. San Diego, Columbia University, Eastleigh, 
Eng. 

Gatens, N. R., Ensign. 

Gates, Carol Weller, Ensign, 36 Groton St., Forest 
HiUs, L. I., N. Y. N. A. No. 1500. 

Gates, Garrett Dwight, Student Officer, Oakhurst 
Clinton, Iowa. 

Gauthier, Charles B., Ensign, 1285 S. Lincoln St., 
Denver, Colo. 

Gaver, Wm. U., Student Officer, Mt. Airy, Md. 

Gavett, Robert M., Ensign, 318 W. Front St., Plain- 
field, N. S. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Bay Shore, Pensacola, 
Hampton Rds. HTA. 

Gavin, Arthur, Ensign. N. A. No. 1242. 

Gavin, Thomas Austin, Student Officer, 411 Oliver St., 
Whiting, Ind. 

Geahart, a. F., War. Machinist. 

Geary. John White. Jr., Lieut, (j.g.). Chestnut Hill, 
Pa. Newport News and Hampton Rds., Va. N. A. No. 
134. HTA. 

Gabhart, Arthur I., Student Officer, 2112 G. St., N. 
W., Washington, D. C. 

Geddes, Ho-mer R., Lieut, (j.g.), LowellviUe, Ohio, 
Akron, Ohio; Pensacola, Florida. N. A. No. 532. LTA. 

Geddes, W.m. J., Ensign, 1809 E. 18th Ave., Denver. 
Colo. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Bay Shore, L. I.; Pensacola, 
Fla. N. A. No. 1621. LTA. 

Gee, L. Gayon, Ensign, 4352 Drexel Ave., Chicago. lU. 

Gefpeney, Wm. L., Student Officer, 1701 33rd Ave., 
Oakland, Cal. 

Gehris, John B., Student Officer, Melrose Park, Pa. 
Mass. Inst, of Tech. HTA. 

Geiger. Davis E., Student Officer, 115 E. Bath Ave., 
Ashland, Ky. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Bay Shore, L. I.; 
Brunswick, Ga.; Key West, Fla. HTA. 

George, Herbert, Boatswain. 

George, Walter N., Student Officer, 706 S. Florence 
St., Springfield, Mo. 

Georgi, Carl H., Student Officer, Grand View, Nyack. 
N. Y. 

Gerber, Fritz K. E., Ensign, 102 Beach St., Stapleton. 
L. I., N. Y. 

Gerhard. Lester G., Student Officer, 415 N. Third St., 
Lchigliton, Pa. 

Gerke, Carl II., Student Officer, 319 Davlan Apts.. 
Indianapolis, Ind. 

Gebrn, J. H., War. Boatswain. 
Gest, J. IL, Ensign. N. A. No. 2128. 

Gheen, Joseph W., Ensign, 332 Buttles Ave., Columbus , 
Ohio. 

GiAL, Geo. Wm., Jb., Ensign, 58 Clarendon PI., Buffalo, 
N. Y. 

GiBBS, Earle Ed., War. Machinist, 819 Ashland Ave., 
Wilmette, 111. 

GiBLiN, Edwin J., Ensign, 17 Mount Vernon St., Dor- 
chester^ M a.ss. 

Giblin, Jebome Edwin, Ensign, 1009 New Hampshire 
Ave., Washington, D. C. 



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Gibson, Harold F., Lieut, (j.e.), 80 Broadway, New 
York Lily, Canada, Bay Shore, Pensacola, Mass. Inst, of 
Tech. N. A. No. 1.56. HTA. 

GiB.soN, J. E., War. Machinist. 

GiB.soN, John n., Lieut, (j.g.), 

Gipponn, John Van Trees, Ensign, 714 S. New Hamp- 
shire. Ave, Los Angeles, Cal., Mass. Inst, of Tech., Miami, 
Pensacola, San Diego. N. A. No. 1616. HTA. 

Gilbert, Elon J., Student Officer, Yakima, Washington. 
Seattle, Washington. HTA. 

Gilbert, Harwood J., War. Machinist, 822 S. Michigan 
Ave., Saginaw, Mich. Columbia University, Packard, 
Detroit: Eastleigh, Eng. ; St. Inglevert, France. 

GlLDEHAUs, E. R., Ensign, 1210 Park Ave., Richmond, 
Va. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Akron, Ohio; Hampton Rds., Va. 
LTA. 

Gilder, Geo., Ensign, 24 Gramercy Park, New York 
City. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Hampton Rds., Bay Shore, 
Key West, Brunswick, Miami. N. A. No. 460. HTA. 

Giles, Bynum H., Ensign, 1120 Hickory St., Texarkana, 
Arkansas. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Key West, Fla. N. A. No. 
1772. HTA. 

Giles, Geo Stewart, Ensign. 

Gill, Walter M., Student Officer, 1508 New Hampshire 
St., Lawrence. Kans. 

Gillan, Monroe P., Student Officer, 203 S. 61st St., 
Birmingham, Ala. 

Gillespie, Emerson, Student Officer, Lower Salem, 
Ohio. 

Gillespie, P. E., Ensign, Port Deposit, Md. N. A. No. 
2288. 

Gillette, Willis C, Ensign, 81 Adams St., Rochester, 
N. Y. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Akron, Ohio, Rookaway 
Beach, L. I., N Y. LTA. 

Gillies, F. M., Ensign, 7311 Oglesby Ave., Chicago, 111. 
Mass. Inst, of Tech., Key West, Miami, Pensacola, Ana- 
costia. HTA. 

Gillies, William R., Student Officer, 114 Cedar Hill 
Ave., Nyaok, N. Y. 

Gillman, Louis W., War. Gun. 

GiLLOGHLY, Max W., Student Officer, 7211 Union Ave., 
Chicago, III. 

GiLLON, James L., Ensign, Warren, R. 1.. N. A. No. 416. 

GiLLON, James R., Student Officer, l.'J O.xford St., Taun- 
ton, Mass. 

Oilman, Charles, Student Officer, 3.5 West 73rd St., 
New York City. Mass. Inst, of Tech. 

Gilman, Lewis W., War. GiMi. 

GiLMOBE, John D., Student Officer, Warthen, Ga. Mass. 
Inst, of Tech. 

GiLMOp.E, W. S., Care Guy Wallon Union Central Bldg., 
Cincinnati, O. N. A. No. 1501. 

GiLMUR, Charles Edw.\rd, Student Officer, 4061 La- 
tons Ave. Seattle, Wash. 

GiNN, Wm. II., Ensign, 2867 N. Palethorp St., Philadel- 
phia, Pa. N. A., No. 2306. 

GiRiDLiAN, J. N., Ensign, 8720 Forthill Blvd., Oakland. 
Cal. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Miami, Pensacola, Great Lakes, 
Columbia Univ., Hampton Rds. 

GiTTiNGS, Homer Thompson. .Student Officer, McCork, 
Nebr. Mass. Inst, of Tech. HTA, 

Glasheen, Wm. S., Student Officer, 36 Constitution St., 
Providence, R. I. 

Gleason, Harold L., Ensign, 8 Peacevale Rd., Dor- 
chester, Mass. 

Gleckler, Victor, Ensign, LaGrange, Tex. Mass. Inst. 

'ensacola.FIa. N. A.No. 2475. LTA. 

Student Officer, 220 Wainman 




Student Officer, 1261 53th St., 



of Tech., Akron, Ohio 

Glenn, Benjamin D., 
St., Greensb.oro, N. C. 

Glomstad, Arthur E, 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Glosheen, Arthur M., Student Officer, Austin Con- 
struction Co., Indian Head, Md. 

Goble. Geo. Robert, Student Officer, 145 W. Hancock 
St., Detroit, Mich. 

GoDBE, Norman F., Ensign, 340 S. Fifth St., East Salt 
Lake City, Utah. 

Goebel, Wm. John, Ensign, 2505 Russell St., Berkeley, 
Cal. 

GoGGlNES, J. L., Ensign. 

Golay, A. A., War. Machinist. 

Goldeb, Benj. M., Ensign, 2011 N. 33d St., Philadelphia, 
Pa. 

GOOCH, DeWitt R., Student Officer, EeUnower, 111. 
Seattle, Wash.; Chicago, 111. HTA. 



GooDELL, Edwin B., Jr., Ensign, 63 Park St., Montclair 
N. J. 

Goodfellow. Arthur N., Lieut, f.j.g.), 5131 Morris St., 
Germantown, Philadelphia, Pa, Pauillac, France. 

Gooding, Arthur F., Student Officer, 411 6th Ave., 
S. W., Rochester, Minn. Dunwoody Inst., Minn. 

Goodnow, Charles II., Ensign, Kennebunk, Maine. 
N. A. No. 1118. 

Goodrich, Frederick P., Student Officer, 3 West 47th 
St.. New York City. 

Goodspeed, H. L., Lieut, (j.g.), 568 Modison Ave., 
Grand Rapids, Mich. Mass. Inst, of Tech., B. N. H. S. 
Cranwell, Lincolnshire, Eng.; R. A. F, Howden, Low- 
thorpe, Eng.; Paimboeuf, France. N. A. No. 669. LTA. 

GooDspEED, Norrison, Student Officer, 279 Newbury 
St., Boston, Mass. 

Goodwin. Harry L., Ensign, Deerlield, N. Y. Mass. 
Inst, of Tech., Buffalo, N. Y., L. W. F., College Pt., L. I. 
HTA. 

Goodyear. Frank II., Lieut, (j.g.), 762 Delaware Ave., 
BulTalo, N. Y. Pensacola, Fla.; San Diego, Cal. N. A. 
No. 122. 

Gordon, P. M., Student Officer, 409 S. Kenilworth Ave., 
Oak Park, III. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Pensacola. LTA. 

Gordon, Frederick V., Ensign, Care of Gordon Electric 
Co., Parkersburg, W. Va. 

Gordon, Walter II., Student Officer, R. F. D. No. 4, 
Richmond, Va. Mass. Inst, of Tech. HTA. 

Gore, Robert E., Student Officer, 2114 Stearns Rd., 
Cleveland, Ohio. 

Gorman, E. J. B., Ensign. S. W. Cor. 1st and Perry Sts., 
Dayton, O. N. A. No. 2719. 

Gorman, Stephen Ambrose, Ensign, 15 Seatoa PI., 
N. W., Washington, D. C. 

Gor.mlev, John V., Ensign, 19 Wyckoff St., Brooklyn, 
N. Y. N. A. No. 1439. 

Gortner, Harry, Ensign, N. A. No. 1502. 

Gorton, A. W., Ensign, 2160 Broad St., Pawtucket, 
R. I. N. A. No. 1410. 

GosDiN, W. E.. Student Officer, 2300 West 13th St., 
Little Rock, Ark. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Akron, Ohio. LTA 

GossER, Geo. Wm., Student Officer, 438 S. 4th St, 
Coshocton. ( )hio. 

GoTFREDSON, Henry L., Studeut. Officer. 103 S. Mon- 
roe Ave., Green Bay, Wis. Dunwoody Inst., Minn. 

Gottlieb, Lewis, Student Officer, 701 Convention St., 
Baton Rouge, La. 

GouGER, GnvTZ B., Student Officer, 847 E. Cincinnati 
Ave., San Antonio, Tex. 

Gould, Clifford Perkins, Student Officer, Kenebunk 
Port, Maine. 

Gould, Elwyn B., Student Officer, 2333 Albatross St., 
San Diego, Cal. 

Gould, Lyttleton B. P., Lieut, (j.g.), Yale Club, New 
York City. Mass. Inst, of Tech , Pensacola, Fla. LTA, 

Gould,'*"Stevens, 'Student Officer, 493 Jackson St.. 
Oshkosh, Wis. 

Gourlev, Russell C, Ensign, Melrose Park, Oak Lane 
P. O., Philadelphia, Pa. Mass. Inst, of Tech.. Miami, 
Pensacola, Hampton Roads. N. A. No. 1751. HTA. 

GowAN. Jos. H., War. Gun. 

GowELL, R. M., Ensign. 22 Kendall St., Framingham, 
Mass. N. A. No. 1847.' 

Gr.\bener, Eugene G., War. Carpenter. 

Grace. R. V., Ensign, 522 5th St., Bismarck, N. D. N. 
A. No. 749. 

Graha.m, Gordon C, Student Officer, 5839 Magnolia 
Ave.. Chicago, III. 

Grambs, Paul L.. Student Officer, 624 4th St., Bismarck, 
N. D. 

Granger, Merrill L.. Student Officer, Dcs Moines, 
Iowa. Seattle, Wash. HT,\. 

' Grant. Alden C, Student Officer, R. F. D., Grass 
Valley, Cal. 

Grant, Earl S., Student Officer, Odlin Road, Box 132, R. 
2, Bangor, Maine. 

Grant. Edwin S., Student Officer, 815 Massachusetts 
Ave., N. E., Washington, D. C. 

Grant. John L., Ensign, 4598 Oakenwald Ave., Chicago, 
III. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Pensacola, Moutchic, Brest. 
HTA. 

Gr.^nt, Wm. D., Ensign, 709 Grant Bldg., Atlanta, Ga. 
Mass. Inst, of Tech., Bay Shore, Pensacola. N. A. No. 
1786. HTA. 



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Gravely, John O. W.. Ensign, Rocky Mcmnt. N. Car. 
Mass. Inst, of Tech., Bny Shore, PeHsacoIa. N. A. No. 
2071. HTA. 

Graves, Amos M., Ensign. 

Gfaves, F. Mortimer, Ensif^n, 2,'i04 Madison Sq., 
Philadelphia, Pa. Mass. Inst, of Tt^rli.. Ponsacola, 
Moulchic, Pauillac, Killingholrae. N. A. No. 712. HTA. 

Graves, Justin D., Lieut, (j.g.), 10 K. M)lh Si., Now 
York. N. Y. Squantum, Mass.; Hampton Rds.: Cainpagne, 
St. Ingloverl. France. N. A. No. 2;i4. HTA. 

Gra^. GtucRY It., Flnsign. 11.51 Elizahetli St.. Denver, 
Colo. Mass. Insl. of 'I'ech., Key West, Fla. N. A. No. 
1483. HTA. 

Gray. Thomas Asbury, l"'nsign. Bedford, Va. N. A. 
No. 2162. 

Greely, Benjamin M., Ensign, Dorchester, Mass. 

Grkkn. Charles L.. Student Officer, 504 E. 21st St., 
Cameron, Tex. 

Green, (Jeo. B. L., Ensign. 120 Chestnut St., Everett, 
Mass. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Bay Shore, L. I.; Pensac<)la. 
Flu. N. A. No. 1218. HTA. 

Green. II. D., Ensign. 

Green, II. R-. Ensign. The Sherman Apts., Washingtcm, 
D. C. 

Green. Joseph H.. P^nsign, 1710 Bouvier St., Phila- 
delphia, Pa. N. A. No. 7.56. 

Green. N. B.. Ensign. 

Green, Walter C. Lieut, (j.g.), N. A. No. 621. 

Greene, Alfred E., Jr., Ensign. 

Greene, Allen C, Student Officer, 8.3 W. Second Ave., 
Columbus, O. 

Greene. Royal C. Student Officer. 110 N. <>th St., 
Beatrice, Nebr. 

Greenle\f. Eric R., Student Ollicer, ."{8 N. Eighth Ave., 
Bethlehem, Pa. 

Greenlee, George W., Student Officer, Beta Theta Pi 
House, EvansLon, III. 

Greenley, Howaro, Lieut, (jg.), 101 Park Ave , New 
York Cily. Hampton Roads, \a.; Operations, Washing- 
ton, D. C. HTA. 

Gree.nough, C. W., Lieut, (j.g.), 33 Concord Ave., Cam- 
bridge, Mass. N. A. No. 192. 

Greer, James M., Student OIHcer. HI W. 23d St., 
Austin. Texas. 

Gregory, G. N.. Ensign. 

Gregory, George I,.. Lieut. (Jg.), M9 Chestnut Si., 
Mount Carrnel, III. 

Gre<;or>. IIf)\\ \Rn C, Ensign, 430 Connecticut Ave., 
Bridgeport, Conn. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Pensacola. 
HTA. 




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Grier, James Murray, Ensign, 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

Grier, Thomas J., Student OiRcer, 167.5 Buckingham 
Rd., Los Angeles, Cal. 

Griffin, Lloyd M., Student Officer, 2.342 Montclair St., 
Los Angeles, Cal. 

Griffith, Charles, Student Officer, 1550 Lafayette St., 
Denver, Colo. 

Griffith, Dorsey James. Ensign, 3104 R St., N. W.. 
Washinglon, D. C. N. A. No. 1963. 

Griffith. Ernest S., Student Officer, 1017 West St., 
Utica, N. Y. Mass. Inst, of Tech. HTA. 

Griffith, John L., Student Officer, 1432 Madison St., 
Denver, Colo. 

Griffith. Wm.. Ensign, 411 E. 3d St., Anaconda, Mont. 

Grimes, Arthur J., Student Officer, 321 Central Ave., 
Dover, N. H. 

Grimm, John C, Student Officer, 436 E. Biichtel Ave., 
Akron, Ohio. 

Grimstad. Orville K., Ensign, Montana Nat'I Bank, 
Billings, Mont. 

Grizzelle, Miles C, Student Officer, Le Roy, III. 

Groh, Geo. Richard, Ensign. 

Grooch, W. S., Ensign, 501 Rio Grande Si., El Paso, 
Tex. Mass. Insl. of Tech., Pensacola, Key West, Rock- 
away Beach, St. Trojan, France. 

Gross, Gorham L.. Student Officer, 340 Genesee St., 
Utica, N. Y. 

Grossman, Leslie H., War. Machinist, 204 1st St., 
Braddock, Pa. 

Grosvenor, T. p., Lieut, (j.g.), 51 Prospect St., Provi- 
dence. R. I. Squantum, Mass.; Hampton Rds.; Fort 
Worih. Tex.; R. A. F. Hornsea; Kifiingholme, Eng. N. A. 
No. 2101 o. HTA. 

Grout. Ralph C, Student Officer, Batlleboro, 'Vt. 
Mass. Inst, of Tech., Newport, R. I. HTA. 

Gboves, B. R., Student Officer, 110 12th St., Ann Arbor, 
Mich. Seattle. Wash. HTA. 

s D., Ensign, 2605 Durant Ave.. Berke- 
[nsi. of Te:.:h., Miami. Pensacola, Fla. 
HTA. 

GuRNEY, G. Harmon. Ensign, 5233 Wissahickon Ave., 
Queen Lime, Pa. Mass. Inst, of Tech.. Key West. Miami, 
Pensacola, Fla. N. A. No. 2193. HTA. 

GirHNEY'. HowAHO F., Jr., Student Officer, 907 Esplan- 
ade, Pelham Manor, New York. 

Gutelius. Fred P.. Student Officer, Hopewell, N. J. 

Guthrie, J. O., Ensign, 5208 Harper Ave., Chicago, 
111. Dunwoody Inst., Miami, Pensacola. HTA. 

Gygeh, John T., Student Officer, 536 W. 114th St., 
New York City. 



Gifrley, Doni 
I "y, Cal. Mass 
N. A. No. 2028. 




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HAAS, BRUNO P. 

Ens ill n 
755 Franklin St.. Worcns- 
ter, Mass. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., Bay Shore, Ponsa- 
cola. N. A. No. 11«5. 
HTA. 



HACKNEY, WM. I.. 

Ensign 

McfJre^'or. Texa-^. Mass. 

Inst, of Terh.. Kpy West. 

N. A. No. J77:t. HTA. 



A. 



HACKSTADT. NKIL 

Ensi(/n 
1610 Genesee Ave.. Sajji- 
naw. Mich. M. I. T., Pen- 
sac la. Miami, Moutchic, 
Hampton Roads. Bay Shore, 
N. A. No. 1285. HTA. 



HAKRIJ^ L. H. 

Slufienl Ofliccr 
14W N. Penna. St., Indi- 
anapolis, Ind. Mass. Inst, 
of Tech., Key West. HTA. 













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HAINES, H. S., Jr. 

//,! Ensign 

'' " 525 Graydon Park, Nor- 
folk, Virginia. Mass. Inst, 
of Tech., Pensacola. 



HAINES, JOHN F. 

Student Officer 
5609 Greene St., German- 
town, Pliila., Penn. Mass 
Inst, of Tech., Cape May, 
Gloucester, Philadelphia. 
HTA. 



HALL, C. ARNOLD 

Ensign 
915 Downer Ave., Utica, 
N. Y. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., Key West, Newport, 
Chatham, Pensacola. N. A. 
No. 2489. 



HALL, EDWARD B. 

Lieut, (j.g.) 
Jackson City Club, Jack- 
son, Mich. Bureau Steana 
Engineering, Wash., D. C. 




HALL, KENNETH V. 
Ensign 
153 Hamilton Place, Fond 
du Lac. Wisconsin. Mass. 
Inst- of Tech., Miami, Pen- 
sacola. N. A. No. 1718. 
HTA. 



HALL, LEIGH S. 

Ensign 

Concord, N. H. Mass. 

Inst, of Tech., Curliss A. 

& M. Corp., Buffalo. 




HALL, MYRON C. 
Ensign 
216 Griffith Ave.. .San 
Mateo, Cal. Seal tie, San 
Diego, Pensacola. N. A. 
No. 1922. LTA. 




HALLAGAN, STUART D. 

Ensign 
Newark, New York Slate. 
Pauillac, Fr., Eastlcigh, 
Eng., Bay Shore, Washing- 
ton, D. C. 




IIALLETT, J. G. 
Ensign 
57 Elm Road, Newtonville, 
Mass. Mass. Inst, of Tech., 
Pensacola, Miami, Pauillac, 
Moutchic, St. Trojan, Fr. 
N. A. No. 682 HTA- 



IIALSEY, F. K. 

Sludf^nt Officer 

27 Prince St., Elizabeth, 

N. J. Mass. Inst, of Tech., 

Key West, HTA. 



HALSTEAD, C D. R. 

Student Officer 
162 Hillside Ave., Newark, 
N.J. Mass. Inst, of Tech., 
Bay Shore, Brunswick, Ga., 
Key West. HTA. 



HALSTEAD, H LOUIS 

Ensign 
1129 Cherry St., Philadel- 
phia, Pa. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech , Miami, Key West, 
Pensacola. N. A. No.2591. 
HTA. 








HATTER, LOUI 
Student OJj/tcer 
fyloody, Texas. Seattle, 
Washiiigloii. HTA. 




ITAVVKINS, C. A. 
Lieut, (j.g.) 
Care of ODerations. Navy 
Dept., Washington, D. C. 
Pensacola, Moutchie, St. 
Trojan, Bay Sh., Bruns- 
wick, N. A., No. 63. HTA. 




HAWKINS, JAMES H. 
Lieul. (J.g.) 
Grand Rapids, Midi. 

Mass. Inst, of Tech., Pen- 
sacola, Fleet Air Detach- 
ment (Sq. Comdr.) N. A. 
574. HTA. 



HAWKINS, SAM C. 
Lieat. ij.tl-) 
511 California St.. El Paso, 
Tex. Pensacola, Catte- 
waler, Plymouth, Eng. , 
Killingholme, Eng. 
No. 228. 




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HAWKSWORTH, T. T. 

652 Stanley St.. New Bri- 
tain, Conn. Mass. Inst, 
of Tech., Akron, Hockaway. 

LTA. 



HAYES. A. 

Maehinisl 
Morehead City, N. C. 
Pensacola, Hampton Rds., 
iVlnreheadCity. N. A. No. 
609. HTA, 



HAYES, F. SEVERANCE 

Ensujn 

1H20 Hammond Ave., Su- 

jierior. Wis. Dunwoody. 



Miami. Pensacola 
No. 218.3. HTA. 



N. A. 



HA.YNE. T. B. 

Student Ofjicer 

Congaree, S. C. Univ. of 

\\'ashington, Seattle. HTA. 



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IIAYNES, P. L. 
Ens 1(1 n 
ISth and Acklen Ave., 
Windsor Apts., Nashville, 
Tenn Mass Inst ofTech., 
Miami key West, Pensa- 
cola N A No 2608 HTA. 



HAYWOOD, A., Jr. 
Ensign 
42 Prospect Ave.. Flushing, 
N. Y. M,iss. Inst, ol Tech., 
Miami, Pensacola. N. A. 
No. 2185. HTA. 




JIAZELTON, E. LUCE 

Ensign 

15 Carroll St.. Porlland, 

Me. Mass. Inst, of Tech., 

New[>ort, Akron, Brest. 




HI \L-i WII 1(1 lU M. 

/ n^Kin 
Lishon, N. H. Mass. Inst, 
of Tech., Curtiss Plant, 
Bulfalo, N. Y. 




HEARD. J. M., Jr. 

Ensign 
Long & Jefferson Sts., 
Aberdeen, Miss. Mass. 
Inst, of Tech., Miami, 
Pensacola. N.A. No. 2215. 
HTA. 



HEATH, B. D.. Jr. 

Student Officer 
Heathcolc. Charlolte, N. 
C, Seattle, Washinglon. 
HTA. 



HEATH, CLYDE J. 

Student Officer 
183 Fiflh Si. Muskegon, 
Mich., Seattle, Washing- 
ton. HTA. 



HEDTLER. ROBERT S 

Lieut, (j.g.) 
ny Highland Si., Chelsea, 
Mass. Columbia, Chatham, 
No. Sydney, Miami. HTA. 




liEGKMAN, C. H 

SUuk'nl Officer 
540 W. 163 St.- New York 
City. Muss. Invt. of Tech., 
Newport, Miami. 



HELM, ARTHUR R. 
Ensign 
1720 Humboldt Ave., So 
Minneapolis, Minn. Dun- 
woody, Pensacola, Rock- 
away N. A. No. 1064. HTA 



HEMMENW\Y, L. T. 

Linut. ij.g.) 
41 Monadnock St., Dor- 
chester, Mass. Bii. of 
Steam En;^ineering, Wash- 
ington, D.C. 



HEMPHILL. R. W. 

Ensign 
962 Hereford Drive, Ak- 
ron, Ohio. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., Miami. N. A. No. 
2055. HTA. 








Official. U. S. N. A. S 



The Executive Mansiox, \YAsnixGTON% D. C. 





HENDERSON.E. F.. Jr. 
Lieul. (J.g.) 
Monadnock, Dublin, N. H 
M. I. T.. Hamp. Kds., Pen- 
sacola, Moutchic, Milan, 
St. Inglvcrt, N. Bomb. Gr. 
N. A. No. 398. 



HENDERSON, S. T. 
Ensifrn 
607 Ea.1t Ave., Charlotte. 
N. C. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., Key Weat, Miami. 
Pensacola, Rockaway. N. 
A. No. 1040. HTA. 




IIENRION. PAUL E.; 

Ensiijn 

2r,n Bluff, Wichita, Kans. 

Mass. Inst, ol' Tech., Mi- 



ami, 
No. 



232 



isacohi 
HTA. 



N. A. 




HEXRY, CHARLES T. 

Lieul. (j.,j.) 
4.51 East Tlh St.. Brooklyn, 



N. V, 
Wesl. 
13 1,1. 



Ray Shore, Key 
Miami. N. A. No. 
HTA. 



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HICKS, WM. PAUL 

Ensifin 
713 Woodbourne Ave.. Go- 
vans. Md. Miiss. inst. of 
Tech.. Bay Shore. Pensa- 
cola. N. A. No. 193t. 
HTA. 



HIDRN. ROBERT B. 

Ensign 
Pungoleaf-'ue. Virginia. 
Mass. Inst, of Tech., Mi- 
ami, Pensarola. N. A. 
No. 219<). HTA. 



HIESTAND, JOHN E. 

StiKh-nl Officer 
Bainbridge, Pennsylvania, 
Dun woody, Inst., Minn. 
HTA. 



HIGGINS, AUSTIN D. 

Ens ign 
North Cohocron. N. Y. 
Mass. Inst, of Tech.. Mi- 
ami, Pcnsacola. N. A. No. 
1917. HTA. 



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niLDING. A RTHURII. 

Ensign 
1311 Eddy St., Chicago 



Til. Mass, Inst, of Tech., 
Miami, Pensacola. Hamp- 
ton lloads. Great Lakes. 
N. A. No. 2436. HTA. 



HILL. HENRY W. 

Ensign 
Md Oak Grove St.. Minne- 
apolis, Miim. Mass. Inst. 



of Tech., 
No. 1526. 



Miami. 
HTA. 



N. A. 



HILL, VERNON H. 
Enf^ign 
60r, N. 12sl., Waco, Texas. 
Mass. Insl. of Tech., Al^ron, 
Rockaway, Key West. 
LTA. 




IIILLliERt, 

Lieiil 
«1 Hillherg 
too, Mass. Mass 



\\ ALTER R. 

Ij-'l-) 

Ave., Brock- 
lust, of 




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Tech., Hampton Rds.. Pen- 
sacola, Monlauk. N. A. 
No. 419. HTA. 




HIMES, n T. 

Ensign 
West Pnim Boaoh, Fla. 
Mass. Inst, of Tech., Key 
West, Miami. Pensaeola. 
N. A. No. 1783, IITA. 



HINE, CHAS. n. 

Sluilenl Officer 
R. No. 7, Wiiiston-Salem, 
N. C. Mass. Insl. of 
Tech., Bay Shore. UTA. 



HIPPI.E, J. PARKER 

Ensign 
40.-51 North 12th St., Phil- 
adelphia, Pa. Mass. Inst, 
of Tech. HTA. 



HITCHCOCK, L. B. 

Student Officer 
Hillside Terace, Belmont, 
Mass. Mass. Inst, of Tech. 
HTA. 




HIVELY, ROBERT D. 

Ensicin 
507 Boyd Ave., Baton 
Rouge, La. Mass. Inst, 
of Tech., Pensacola, Hamp- 
ton Roads. New London, 
N. A. No. 1358. HTA. 




HOAG, W. D., Jr. 

Studmt Officer 
384 Degraw St., Brooklyn, 
N. Y. Mass. Inst, of Tech. 
HTA. 




HOBBIS, T. ROGERS 
Ensign 
19 Edgar St., East Orange, 
N.J. Mass. Inst, of Tech., 
Miami, Pensacola, Key 
West. N. A. No. 2513. 
HTA. 



HODGDON, LYMAN A. 

Ensign 
8 Indiana Ave., Somerville, 
Mass. Mass. Inst, of Tech., 
Pensacola, Paris. Queens- 
town, Lough Foyle. N. A 
No. 661. HTA. 




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HODGES, GEO. S. 
Lieul. (J.g.) 
R." F. D No 5 Ponti.u, 
Mich. M,l•^s InsI ol'Iech, 
Pensacola Ft V\iirth, Kjl- 
lingholme, Eng N A No 
253. HTA. 



HODGES. GRAHAM B. 

Ensign 
1313 Euclid SI,. Washing- 
ton, D. C. Mass Inst, of 
Tech., Rockaway. LTA. 



HODGMAN. FRANK 11. 

Student Officer 
3H E. 17th St.. Brooklyn, 
N. Y. Mass. Inst, of Tech., 
Charleston, Akron, Rock- 
away. LTA. 



HOFFMAN, ROY II. 
Ensign 
North Reading, Mass. 
Mass. Inst, of Tech.. Ak- 
ron, Rockaway. LT.A. 




HOFFMEISTER, R. B. 

Ensign 
1080 13lh St., Boulder, 
Colo. Seattle, San Diego, 
Pensacola. N. A. No. 
2432. UTA. 



HOLDEN, JACK P 

Ensign 
458 Palmerslon Blvd., To- 
ronto, Canada. Mass. 
Inst, of Tech.. Pensacola, 
Cape May. N. A. No. 
102(1. HTA 



HOLDEN, N. PARKER 
Student Officer 
669 Second Ave.. Detroit, 
Mich. Mass. Inst, of Tech., 
Yale Boat House, Pel- 
ham Bay, U. S. S. Po- 
cationtas. Key West. HTA. 



HOLDEN, WILLIAM II. 

Ensign 
7 James St., Lynn, Mass 
Mass. Inst, of Tech., Mi- 
ami, Pensacola. HTA. 




HOLDING, WILLIS A 

Student Officer 
705 Hillsboro St.. Paleigh. 



N. C. Mass 
Tech. HTA. 



Inst. 



HOLLETT, NORMAN 
Student Officer 
Westbury, L. I., N. Y. 
Mass. Inst, of Tech. HTA. 



HOLLINGSWORTH, W. 

Enaiqn 
.500 E. Ulh St., No. Port- 
land, Ore. Seattle, San 
Diet,'0, Pensacola. N. .\. 
No. 2269. HTA. 



HOLLOWAY, WM. E., Jr. 

Student Officer 
40.3 West ItSth St., New 
York City, Seattle, Wash- 
ington, HTA. 




(C) Underwood ^ Underwood, N. "i . 

Crew of C-5 Starting for Newfoundland, Mat, 1919 





HOLMAN, NEWTON D. 

Ensign 
42.5 E. St. Vrain St., Colo- 
rado Springs, Colo, Mass. 
Inst, of Tech., Akron, 
Rockaway Beach, ^ LTA 




HOLTKAMP, F. G. 

Student Officer 
1299 Belle Ave.. Lakewood, 
tlhio. Mass. Inst, of Tech., 
Key West. HTA. 



HOLTON, RICHARD A. 

Ensign 
77 Pacific St., Fitchhnri;, 
Mass. M. I. T., Bay Sh., 
Pensa., Miami, Moutchic, 
Fromentine, Chatham. N. 
A. No. 877. HTA. 



HONODLE, HENRY S. 

Ensign 
65.5 E. Buchtel Ave., Ak- 
ron, Ohio. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., Akron, Rockaway. 
LTA. 




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Efisiijft 
4.7.'J Auburn Ave., Buffalo, 
N. Y. Univ. Wash., Key 
VVesl. N. A. No. 173.3. 



Knsiqn 
2 Benton Road, Somerville, 
Mass. Mass. Inst. cfTech., 
Miami, Pensacola. N. A. 
No. 1850. HTA. 



Sludent Officer 
Haddam, Kansas. Mass. 
Inst, of Tech., Miami. 
IITA. 



Student Officer 
Wescoesviile, Penn. Mass. 
Inst, of Tech. LTA. 




HOPKINS, JOHN A. 

Stiiilent Officer 

40 Cross Si,. Meilford, 



Ma 
sacola 



(rreat Lakes, Pen- 
IITA. 



HOPKINS, R. G. 

Student Officer 
1.517 Lake Ave., Wilmette, 
III. Mass. Inst, of Tech. 
HTA. 



HOPLER. HAROLD S. 

Student Officer 
5.3 E. Ilh St., Williamsport, 
Pa. Mass. Inst, of Tech., 
Newport, Brooklyn. LTA. 



(/V7, 
HORSLEY, WM. H. 

Student Officer 
936 36th Ave., Seattle 
Wash. Seattle, Key West 
HTA. 







HOUGH. HENRY J. 

Ens„,n 
3036 Dent PI., N. W ., 
Washinjiton, I). C. M. I.T., 
Pensa., Miami, Autingues, 
Campagne, Moutcliic. N. 
A. No. 718. HTA. 




HOWARD, VINCENT E 

Ensi.fin 
« Milford St., Binghamlon, 
N. Y. Mass. Inst, of Tech., 
Miami, Fla., Pensacola. 
N. A. No. 2540. HTA. 



HOUSE, MILES F. 

Student Officer 

116 So. Meldrnm St., Ft. 

Collins, Col. Seallle, 

San Diego. IITA. 




IIOYT, FERDINAND A. 

Ensign 
16 Dutchess Terrace, Bea- 
con, N. Y. Great Lakes, 
Pensacola. 



IfOUSMAN, ROBERT L. 


HOWARD, ALAN F. 


Ensirm 


Ensign 


201 Eo^l Ormiin Ave., 
Pueblo, ColfjrHiio. Mass 
Inst. of Trch.. Akron, 
Hockfiwiiy Beach, L. 1. 
LTA. 


20 Lake St., Winchester 
Mass. Mass. Inst, of Tech. 
Miami. IVnsaiola. N. A 
No. 2400. HTA. 




IIUBACIIEK, F. B. 

Lieut, (j.a.) 
2900 Fifth Ave., S. Minnea- 
polis, Minn. Dunwoody, 
Pensacola. N. A. No. 906. 



HUDSON. ALFRED W. 

Lieut, ij.g.) 
566 Greene .Ave . Brooklyn. 
N. Y. Muss. Insl. of Tech.. 
Pensacola, Chatham, N. 
A. No. 490. HTA. 







HUGER. DANIEL E. 

Erixif/n 
1245 Madison Ave., New 
York City. Avord, Fr., 
, Moulchie, Kr.. Porto Cor- 
?ini. Italy. N. A. No. 1007. 
HTA. 



HUGHES, DAVID 

17 Gramercy P,irk, New 
York Cily. Mass. Inst, ot 
Tech., Pensacola. San 

Die;;o. 



HUGHES. J. \V. 
Ensign. 
211.5 E. Glisan St., Port- 
land, Oregon. Mass. Inst, 
of Tech., U. S. S. South 
Daboln, Key West, Miami 
N. A. No. 1523. 



HUISKAMP, GERARD L. 

Ensign 
801 Granl Ave., Keokuk. 




HUME, KENNETH W. 

Ensign 
15 Pierrepont St., Brook- 
lyn, N. Y. M. I. T., Key 
West, Miami, Pensa., Mon- 
tauk, Norfolk, Hamp. Rds. 
N. A. No. 1050. HTA. 



HUME, THOMAS 

Ensign 
2113 S. St., N. \V., Wiish- 
ington, D. C. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., Miami, Key West, 
Pensacola. N. A. No. 2391. 
HTA. 



HUMPHREY, 11. L. 

Ensign 
613 Eye St., N. E., Wash- 
ington, D. C. Mass. Inst, 
of Tech., Key West, Miami, 
Pensacola, fIomi>ton Rds. 
N. A. No. 2090. HTA. 



lUNDT. LE.STER T. 
Ensign 
330 E. 139lh St.. New York 
Cily. Mass. Inst, of Tech., 
H.iy -Shore, Pensacola. N. 
A. No. 13S6. HTA. 



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HYLAND. K. M.. Jr. 

Student Officer 

UUoa, N. Y. Mass. Inst. 

of Tech., Charlpston, S. C. 




lent Officer, 31 Appleton St., 



Haaren, p. J., Ensign, N. A. No. 496. 

Hack, H. M.. Student Omcer. 

Hadden, Hamilton, Student Officer, 1207 19th St.. 
Washington. D. C. 

HADFrELD. Hahold F., Ensign, Youle Adams, Ma 
N. A. No. 1H.38. 

Hadlev, Fueo L., Ensign. N. A., No. 1793. 

Hadley, Henbv S., Knsi-n. 13468 CHflon Blvd.. 
Cleveland, O. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Miami, Fia. N. A. 
No. 1527. HTA. 

Hafneb, Victor L-, Slu 
Boston, Mass. 

Hager, Roreht N., Ensign, Omaha. Nfbr. N. A. No. 
2389. 

Haggektv, a. G., Ensign. 

Hague, Alfred, Ensign. 

Hahn, F. H., Lieut, (j.g.), U9 East Sfuh St., New York 
City. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Pensacola, Fla. N. A. No. 471. 
HTA. 

Hahn. WiLLr\M P., Ensij;n. Leetsdale. Pa. Mass. 
Inst, of Tecli., Akrozi, Rockaway, Hampton Roads. LTA. 

Hahn, William R., Lieut, (j.g.), Hotel Iroquois, 49 
West 44(h Sr., New York City. Mass. Inst, of Tech., 
Pensacola, Fla. 

Haight, Richahd A., Slndeiit Officer, 312 Times BIdg., 
New York City. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Boston. HTA. 

Haines, J. Allen, Lieut, (j.g.), 7.54 Prospect St., Win- 
netka. III. 

Halbert, Frank Dunn, Easign, Hampton Roads. 
N. A. No. 2066. 

Halden, William H., Student Officer, 7 James St., Lynn, 
Mass. 

Hale. Andrew, Ensign, 48 Rhodes Ave., Akron, Ohio. 
N. A. No. 18o4. 

Hale, George E., Ensign, 167 Sand St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Hale, Luther W., Student Officer, 58 West 47th St., 
New York City. 

Hale. J. D., War. Machinist. Beaton Harbor, Mich. 

Haley, James E., Student Officer. 1005 West 3rd St.. 
Dixon, 111. 

Hall, Alexander M., Lieut. 0'.=-). 1000 Park Ave.. 
New York City. 

Hall. Charles C, Student Officer, 2204 West Grace 
St., Richmond, Va. 

Hall, Courtnev R., Student Officer, 41 Rradburn St.. 
Rochester, N. Y. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Newport, R. I., 
and New Lon<lon. Conn. HTA. 

Hall, Edwin M., Ensign, N. A. No. 347. 

Hall, Hansell, Student Officer, 712 Third Si., Macon, 
Ga. 

Hall, Hiibeut M., Student Officer, Bay Minette, AJa. 

Hall, John W., Student Ollicer. 

Hall, Kelly R., Student Officer, R. F. D. No. 10, 
Crawfordsville, Ind. 

Hall, Lincoln N., Ensign, N. A. No. 1585. 

Hall. Rali'h C, Student Officer, 4600 Maryland Ave., 
St. Louis, Mo. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Key West, Fla. 
HTA. 

Hall, Raymond Avery, F^usign, Box 38, Cape Charles, 
Va. 

Hall, W. S., Ensign, 17 Elm St., Rochester, N. Y. 

Hallett, Ron\ld p.. Ensign, 63 Middle St., Glouce^^ter, 
Mass. Mass. lusL. of Tech., Miami, Pensacola, Fla. N. A. 
No. 1148. 

Halliburton, S. S., War. Machinist. 

Halliwell, R. D., Ensign, 147 Market St., Bethlehem. 
Pa. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Key West. Pensacola. N. A. No. 
2270. HTA. 




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Hallum, O. T., Ensign, N. A. No. 1272. 
Halsey, Eldred a.. Student Officer, 58 East 177 St., 
New York Cily. 

Halstead, J. Sterling, Ensign, 128 East 78th St., New 
York City, R. F. C., Canada. Camp Ralhbone. Camp Bor- 
den, Hampton Roads, Sau Diego, Cal. HTA. 

Halsted, W. Tydeb, Ensign, 682 Ocean Ave., Brooklyn, 
N. Y. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Bay Shore, Pensacola, Fla. 
N. A. No. 1061. 

Hambly, Harry B., Jr.. Student Officer, 2620 licnvenue 
Ave., Berkeley, Cal. Seattle, Wash. HTA. 

Hamill, Curtis F., Student Officer, 18 Park St., Stone- 
ham, Mass. 

Hamilton, Fhoman, Student Olficer, 205 Lytton Ave., 
Shceuley Farms, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Hamilton, Raymond N.. Student Officer, 291 Prospect 
Ave., Milwaukee, Wis. 

Hammann, Chas. Hazeltine, Ensign, 2540 E. Baltimore 
St., Baltimore, Md. N. A. No. 1494. 

Hammann, Harry C, Student Officer, 217 N. Maple 
Ave., Martinsburg, W. Va. Dunwoody Inst. 

ILvMMER, George D., Ensign, 218 W. DeSota St., Pen- 
sacola, Fla. N. A. No. 2470. 

Hammond, Burton H., Ensign, \\'areham, Mass. N. A. 
No. 1224. 

Hammond, Everett Harold, Student Officer. 
Hammond, Leonard A., Student Officer, Warsaw, III. 
Hamphill, Russell, Ensign, Pelham Ray, N.Y. 
Ianagan, Thomas P., Student Officer, 20 h^uclid Ave., 
Yonkcrs, N. Y. 

JIance, E. it.. Lieut, (j.g.), N. A. No. 911. 
Ianchett, James Malcolm, Ensign, South Nalick, 
Mass. Columbia Univ., Squanlum. Mass.; Hampton 
Roads, Cape May, N. J. 

Hand, G. C, Ensign, 136 Crickett Ave., Ardmore, Pa. 
N. A. No. 894, 

Hand, H. F., Student Officer, Laurence, N. Y. 
Hanev. Paul S., Student OHicer. 29 Sixth St., Quaker- 
town, Pa. Mass. Inst, of Tech. HTA. 

Hanf, Hobart W., Student Odicer, 173 Third St,, San 
Bernard ine. Cal. 

Hanford, John William, l^^nsign. 
Hanifan, John C, Student Offici^r, Emmelsburg, Iowa. 
Hanley, John D., Ensign, 89ih St. and 10th Ave., N. E.. 
Seattle, Wash. N. A. iNo. 2117. 

IIanna, Walter S.. Jr., Student Officer, 173 Woodland 
Ave,, Columbus. Ohio. 

Hannan, Emmett D., Student Officer. 502 N. 5th St.. 
Paducah, Ky. 

Hansen, C. L., Ensign. 

Hansen, Fred (i.. Ensign, 1506 Foster Ave., Toledo. 
Ohio. 

Hansen, J. E., Jr., War. Machinist. 

Hanson. Wm. H., Student Officer, 3401 Pleasant Ave 
Minneapolis, Minn. 

Happer, Andrew P., Student Olficer, 316 Dickson Ave., 
Bon Avon, Pa. 

Hardendorf, F. M., Ensign. N. A. No. 2456. 
Harder, H. G., Ensign, Nelson St.. Bayside, L. I. Mass 
Inst, of Tech.. Pensacola. HTA. 

Harder, Keith C, Student Officer, Wilkesville, O. 
Harder. Ralph Wm., Student Officer, 115 S. Emerson 
Ave,, Indianapolis. Ind. 

Hardin, Josia.h B., Student Officer. 501 Austin St., 
\^'aco, Tex. 

Hardy, Frank K., Student Olficer. Shawshcon Road, 
Andover, Mass. 

Hardy, Hufus, Jr.. Ensign, 1818 Kalorama Rd., Wash- 
ington, D. C. N. a. No. 1226. 

Hargett, Daniel G., Student Officer, Elbres Pharmacy, 
Miami. Fla. 

Harkson, Ulysses S.. Student Officer. 
Harlan, Joseph L.. Ensign, 1526 Walnut St., Berkeley, 
Cal. N. A. No. 1416. 

Harlow, John S., Jft., Student Officer, 7 Liunaan St., 
Cambridge, Mass. 

Harmon, Austin, Student Officer, 2128 Penobscot Bldg., 
Detroit, Mich. Mass. Inst, of Tech, Miami. HTA. 

Harmon, Lawrence E., Jr., Student Officer, 623 Dele- 
ware Ave., Buffalo, N. Y. 

Harnett. F. B.. Student Officer, Burnett, Ctd. Seattle 
Wash. LTA. 

Harrell. Jerry D.. Student Officer, Box 791 , Port 
Arthur, Texas. University of Washington, Seattle. HTA. 



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Harrell, Samuel R,,.SludenL Officer, 119 N. 10th St., 
Nobclsville, Ind. 

Harhigaiv, J. J., War. lioatswain. N. A. No. 550. 

ilARRlr;A^^ M. J., Liout. (J.f,'.), Orosso, Mi«^li. 

Harrington. Arthur S,, Student Officer, 326 \A'yun- 
dotle St.. S. llelhlihom, I'ii, 

Harris, Abram W., Jr., SUidcnl Omcer, 1701 Arch Si.. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

Harris, Andrew Stewart, Student Oflicer, 54 East 
14lh St., Allania. Ga. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Akron, O.; 
Pensacola, Fla. LTA. 

Harris, Arthur William, Sludenl Officer, 532 Broad 
St., Providence. R. 



Harris, Elliot H., Ensi^'n, 33 West 93rd St., New York Ave., Berkeley, Cal. 



Hastings. Eugene T., Ensign, 201 3rd Ave., Joliet, III. 
Mass. Inst, of Tech., Pensaeola, Miami, Pari-, Moulchic. 
HTA. 

Hastings, Herbert R., Student OIHcer, 530 West End 
Ave., New York City. 

Hatch, Richard W., Student Otricer, North Marshfield, 
Mass. 

Hathaway, S. D., Ensig:n, Care of W. T. Ham & Co., Inc., 
Soulhfj:ate Terminals, Norfolk, \a. Mass. Inst, of Tech., 
Akron, Norfolk, U. S. S. New Jersey, Brooklyn. LTA. 

Halirer, Carl, Ensign, Springfield, Ohio. 

Hauenstein, Clifford E., War. Machinist. 

Haijn, .Ioya C\^■FIELD, Student Officer, 2261 Shattrick 



City. 

Harris. George C, Student Officer, Apt. B, No. 1 
Dean Apt., Birmingham, Ala. 

Harris. Harold B., Student Oflicer. 

Harris, Harry L., Ensign, Apt. 507 Fontanet Courts, 
Washington. D. C. N. A. No. lOKl 

Harris, James C, Student Officer, 238 E. Front St., 
Missoula, Mont. 

Hapbis, Jall Chandler, Student Officer, 54 East 14th 
St., Atlanta, Ga. Mass. Inst, of Tech. HTA. 

Harris, John H., Student Officer, 2200 East 91st St., 
Georgetown, Tex. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Akron, Pensaeola. 
LTA. 

Harris, John McC, Ensign, 2466 Kenilworth Heights, 
Cleveland, Ohio. 

Harris, Leon B., War. Machinist. 3301 Calhoun Blvd.' 
Minneapolis, Minn. 

Harris, Samuel C, Student Officer, Care of Y. M. C. 
A-, Wilmington, Del. Mass. Inst, of Tech. HTA. 

Harris, W. N., Ensign. 1118 Main St., Danville, Va. 

Hahhis. Walter P., Ensign. N. A. No. 1777. 

Harris, A\ ilson P., Ensign, 1211 Centra' Ave., San- 
dusky, (Jhio. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Key West, Miami, 
Pensaeola. N. A. No. 1777. HTA. 

Harrison, Donald I., Student Officer, 6963 Frankstown 
Ave., Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Harrison, Sumner D., Ensign, 147 So. Muim .\ve., 
East Orange, N. J. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Pensaeola, Key 
West. HTA. 

H.ARRKSON, William H., Student Officer, R. D. No. 1, 
Cartersville, Va. 

Harshaw, Frank, Ensign, The St udebaker Corp., Snuth 
Bend, Ind. 

ITarshberger, Fred A., Student Officer. 

Hart, Alfred L., Ensign, fi6 Buckingham St., Water- 
biiry, Cf)nn. 



Havel, Frederick, Ensign, 1906 E. 45th St., Seattle, 
Wash. 

Hawkins, A. D., Ensign. 
Hawkins, M. I., Ensign. 

Hawkins, Ress, Lieut, (j.g.), Easton, Maryland. N. A. 
No. 223. 

Hawkins, Tom W., Student Officer, 629 N. College St., 
Charlotte, N. C. 

Haworth, Richard, Lieut, fj."-'- N. A. No. 706. 
Hawthoriv, Arlin pi, R. F. D. No. 2, Spencer, la. 
Dunwoody, Minn., Miami, Fla. 

Hayden, Philip S.. Student Officer, 85 S. Prospect St., 
Rurlington. Vt. 

Haye, Edward J., Student Officer, 1173 Bellevue Ave., 
Syracuse, N. Y. 

Hayes, Benjamin S.. Ensign, 2620 College Ave., Berke- 
ley, Cal- 

Hayes, H. K., Ensign. 

IIwES, H. H,, Jr., Student Officer, 28 Einhorn Road. 
Winchester, Mass. 

Hayes, L. B., Student Officer, Box 239, Route C, San 
Jose. Cal. Seattle. 

Hayes, Benjamin S., Ensign. 
Hayes, H.. W^ar. Gun. 

Hays, Bolfe M., Ensign, 810 S. Third St., Champaigne, 
III. 

Hazard, Ch\rles M.. Student Oflicer, 627 Clark St., 
Milwaukee, Wis. 

Hazleton, E\erett L., P^nsign. 15 Carroll St., Portland, 
Me. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Akron, Ohio; Brest, Fr.; New- 
port. LTA. 

Hazen, C. H., War Mach., 286 Dean St.. Brooklyn, N.Y. 
Hazen, E. R., War. Mach. 

U \zEN, Maynard T., Ensign, 1008 .\sylum Ave.. Hart- 
ford, Conn. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Pensaeola, Fla. H'f A. 
II \ZLETT, Harhy C, Student Officer. Pleasant Valley, 
Hart, Hkrschel R., Student Oflicer, Crescent St., Wheeling W \a Great Lakes. HTA. 
Williamstown. W. Va. ,,^^^^' m^„,,.,,^ Stmk^nt Officer, 13-1 N. 17th St.. 

Hart, Lef i\. StrHjenl Officer, 332 Maryland Ave., N. E., Lincoln, Nebr. 
Washington, D. C. Hkald. Pusry Bancroft. Student Officer. 2231 Hurley 

Hart, Lkland P., Ensign, 816 L Si., S. E., Washington, Ave., Ft. Worth, Tex. Mass. Insl. ofTech-. Miami. HT.\. 
^- C- Heap, George R., Student Officer, Care of Y. .M. C. A.. 

Hart/gan, James C, Ensign, 26 Hayes St., Norwich, 1736 G St., N. W., Washington, D. C. 
N- Y. HE\Rr>. Drayton, Student Officer, 322 Chestnut Road, 

Harting, John B., Student Officer, 20 E. Johnson St.. Edgeworlh, Allegheny Co.. Pa. Mass. Inst, of Tech., 
Germantown, Philadelphia, I'a. Mass. Insl. of Tech. Great Lakes, Hampton Roads. HTA. 

Heaslip, Chvrles T., Student Oflicer, 454 Riverside 
Drive, New Ynrk City. 



HTA. 

Hartley, Franoi.'^, Jr., Ensign, 27 Stone Rd., Belmont. 
Mass. Mass. Inst, of 'fe( h., Pensaeola, Moutchic, L Aher 
Vrache. LITA. 

Hartman, Aubrey C. D., I'^nsign, lieta I'hela Pi House, 
Middlelon, Conn. N. A. No. 1859. 

Hartman, Leonard C, Ensign, Lincoln, Nebraska. 
Seattle, Wash., Miami, Pensaeola. N. A. No. 2558. HTA. 

Harvey, Harold F., Student Officer, Eldon, Mo. 



Haskell, Henry Coiivill, Student Oflit'er, 72 Federal Diego. HTA. 



Heath, Marion C, Student Officer. 2096 Suney Rd., 
Cleveland, Ohio. Great Lakes, lU. HTA. 

Heath, Otis L.. Student Officer, 17 Isabella Ave., New- 
ark, N. J., Mass. Insl. of Tech. HTA. 

Heath, William T., Student OfiUer. 76 Soldiers PI., 
Buffalo. N. Y. 

Heffelfinger, Totton p.. Ensign, 312 Chamber of 
Commerce, Minneapolis, Minn. Dunwoody Inst., San 



St., Brunswick, Me. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Miami. Fla. 
HTA. 

Haskell, M.. Ensign. 92 \\ inter St., Portland, Mc. N. A. 
No. 1752. 

Haskins, John E., Student Officer. 1026 Title Inc. Bldg., 
Los Angeles. Cal. 

Ha-ssan. Emin, Ensign. 365 E. 2]sl St., Brooklyn. N. Y. 
Mass. Inst, of Tech.. Miami, Pensaeola. N. A. No. 1598. 
HTA. 

Hassell, Thomas F., Student Officer, Billow S(., Clifton. 
Tenn. 

Hasselman, C. H ., Ensign, Hamrdoii Rds., Rockaway. 
N A. No. 2444. 



Heffr<jn, John M., Ensign, 361 N. Maple Ave., Green- 
wich, C<jnn. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Instructor. 

Hegedorn. Walter, Student Officer, 391 Webster Ave., 
Jersey City, N. J. 

H EIDER, Raymond F., Student Officer, 55 Yale St., 
Holyoke. Mass. 

Heil, Geo L.. Student Officer, 1231 Boswell St..Topeka. 
Kans- 

Heil, J. Kenneth, Student Officer, 5735 University 
Ave., Chicago, III. Dunwoody Inst.. Miami. HTA. 

Hetneman, Edward T., Student Officer, 634 Grace St., 
Chicago, III. Mass. Inst of Tech. HTA. 

Hetts-Menken, J. M.. Ensign. 










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Held, Lothrop Motley. Lieut. i,i.^'.). 22 East 82nd St., 
New York. Pensacola, Ft. Worth! Ilami)lon Roads, Ray 
.Shore, Miami, Rrunswick. 

Helm, GEOnr.E W., Ensign, l.iTl II h Ave., Louisville, 
Ky. N. A. No. i:)65. 

Henderson, Colin David, Ensifjn, Lewisburft. W. Va. 
Seattle, Wash., San Diego, Cal., Pensa(-ola. N. A. No. 2391. 
HTA. 

Hender.son. Grorce R., Lieut. (j.L:,) 27."! Sayles \ve , 
Pawtuckel, H. I., Mass. Inst, of Tech., I'ensacofa. N A. 
No. 909. HTA. 

Hender.son. .T. W.. Student Ollieer. 21:J9 Massachusetts 
Ave., Cambridge, Mass. 

IIENDER.SON. Paul, Ensign. N. A. No. 2141. 

Hendrick, Jack M., Student Ollieer, 2(17 Marine Bank 
Bldg., Long Beach, Cal. 

Hendrickson, Frank D., Student CXlicer, 7 Hanover 
Sq., New York City. 

Henry, Chas W., Ensign, The Racquet Club. Philadel- 
phia, Pa. Mass. Inst, of Tech. Pensacola. HTA. 

Herrinian. Morris W., Student Officer, .320 N. Frank- 
lin Ave., Ri ver Forest, 111. Ma.ss. Inst, of Tech. HTA. 

Herbert. James II.. Lieut, (j.g.). ;i01 West 32nd St., 
New York City. Ray Shore, L. I., Key West, Montauk. 
N. A. No. 408. HTA. 

Hertel, Joseph P., Student Officer. Chillon, Wis. 
Hertner, William, War. Gun. 

Herzer, V. 11.. Student Officer, 189 West Church Si., 
Marion, Ohio. Mass. Inst, of Tech. HTA. 

Hessey, John R., Student Officer, 1.500 Putnam Ave.. 
Rrooklyn, N. Y. 

Meth, Louis E., Student Officer, 93ff Washington .\ve., 
Racine, Wis. 

Hetzel, Harhy C, Student Olflcer, 2,518 17lh St., 
Washington, D. (^. 

IIeuchel, IIiRRY J., Student Olfi<er, .519 Third St., 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Heusel, I'hillip, Ensign, 

IIeusinger, William, Student Ollieer, 2019 Marine 
Ave., .San Antonio, Texas. Seatile, Wasti. HT.'\. 

Hewitt, Lamheut, Ensign. If 12 Van Ness Ave., San 
Francisco, Cal. N. A. No. 1760. 

Hewitt, Roscoe S., Student Olfieer, 821) N. St. Joe Ave.. 
Hastings, Nehr. 

IIeidt, Edward F.. Ensign. 88 Lineohi Si.. Mont'4air- 
N. J. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Bay Slidre, I'.iisaeola. N. A. 
No. 1863. 

Herman, Morris ,\.. Student Oilicer. 317 Union Ave., 
S. E., Grand liai)ids, iVIieh. 

Hick, Charles M., Lieut, (j.g.), 1.5 Sibley St., ILim- 
mond, Ind. 

fliCKEi , Bi:n,iamin J., Ensign. .317 Fortlhani Rd.. New 
York Cily. Mass. Insl. of Tech.. Pensacola. IIT.V. 

Hickman, Ernest T., Ensign, Lake Wales, FUi. Mass. 
Insl. of Tech., Riiiralo, N. Y. 

Hicks, Frederick R., Lieut. I, j.g.). llingham, Mass. 
Mass. Inst, of Tech.. Pensacola, Clialliam. N. -\. No. 
729. HTA. 

HiGBiE, N, Br\i>le>, Jr.. Ensign, 19,33 Kimbark Ave., 
Chicago, III. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Key West, Miami, 
Pensacola. N. A. No. 1373. HTA. 

HiHN, F. D., Student Officer, Care of Olymijic Club, 
San Francisco, Cal. Seattle, Wash. HTA. 
HiLAiRE, Chas, F„ War. Gun. 

Hilbish. Wm. Dale, Student OITieer, 102 .\doli)h Ave., 
Akron, Ohio. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Miami. IITA. 

Hildebrand, E. S., Student OfTieer, 40 Allen PI., Hart- 
ford, Conn. Mass. Inst, of Tech. IITA. 

HiLDEBRANDT, B. E., Ensign, 248 Randolph Ave.. 
Peoria, 111. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Miami, Pensacola. N. 
A. No. 132.5. IITA. 

HiLDEBRANDT, Geo. N., Eusigo, 218 Randolph Ave.. 
Peoria, 111. Mass. Inst, of Tech Key West, Miami, 
Pensacola. N. A. No. f710. HTA. 

Hill, Albert E., Student Officer, 205 The Alabama 
Apts., Washington, D. C. 

Hill, Alexander B., Jr.. Ensign, 2507 Hearst Ave., 
Berkeley, Cal. N. A. No. 1647. 

Hill, Boyd T., Student Officer, 208 West St., Freeporl. 111. 
Hill. Charles F.. Student Olfieer, 705 Taylor St., 
Washington, D. C. 

Hill, Geo. A.. Lieut, (j.g.), Hudson, .Mass. Mass. Inst, 
•f Tech., Miami. Key West. N. A. No. 1481. HTA. 

Hill, Hamilton R., Ensign, Westbury, N. Y. Mass. 
Inst, of Tech., Bay Shore, Pensacola, Brunswick. N. A. 
No. 1312. HTA. 



Hill. James Prvrson, E^nsign. ,Smyrna, Delaware. 
.Mass. Inst, of Tech.. Miami and Pensacola. N. .\. No. 
2176. HTA. 

Hill. John W.. Student Officer, Iiiex Hotel, 9tli and 
Troost St., Kansas, Mo, 

Hill, John W., Ensign, 171 Beeehwood Ave., Britlge- 
porf. Conn. N. A. No. 698. 

Hill, Mahlon W., Ensign, 23 Holland Rd.. Melrose, 
Mass. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Akron, Ohio: Pensacola, 
Fla. N. A. No. 2272. LTA. 

Hill, Rorert A.. Ensign, 11 Third Ave., Northampton, 
Mass. Mass. Insl. of Tech., Key West, Miami, Pensacola, 
Hampton Rds., Fleet Air Detachment. N. A. No. 1298. 
HTA. 

Hill, W. II., Ensign, 933 N. lltli Si., Heading, Pa. 
IIlLLBERT, Webb. Elnsign. 2311 Grand Ave.. New York 
City. N. A. No. 427. 

Hills, Thos. Oliver. Ensign. N. A. No. 1008. 
HiLLSTROM, Roy A., P^nsign. 

Hillyer, Docclas. Ensign, 2021 ilillyer PI., \A'ashing- 
ton, D. C. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Pensacola. Fla. 

HiMES. Geo. Heckman, Ensign, 1721 Columbia Rd., 
Washington, D. C. N. A. No. 1913. 

Hinds, Horace S., Ensign, 43 Central Ave., Newton- 
ville. Mass. Ma.ss. Inst, of Tech., Miami, Pensacola. 
N. A. No. 1147. IITA. 

HiNES. John Willis, Ensign, 17 Gramercy Park, New 
York City. .Mass. Inst, of Tech., Bay Shore, Pensacola, 
Montchic-Lananaii, Rillingholme, nundee. Chatham. 
.\. A. No. 338. IITA. 

lliNKEL, Ai.viN C, Student Oilicer, 576 Weslminster 
Ave., Elizabeth, N. J. 

IIiNTON, Serastian, Euslgn, 10 S. La Snlle St., Chicago, 
111. 

llieKE. Li cms W., Student Officer, 3021 Cedar St., 
Milwaukee. W is. 

HiRSCH, Oliver J , Student Ollieer, 6oll N. Ashland 
.\ve., Chicago. III. 

Iliscox, DwiD F.. l']nsign, East I'.itihogue, Long Is- 
land, N. Y. N. ,\. N... 1253. 

Kite, Hiicii Muin, Ensign, 12 ,\rliriglon St., Cam- 
bridge, Mass. Mass. Insl. of 4V.4i . K.-v West, Miami, 
.Marine Field, Mouh hie. Norlhern Bombing Group. HTA. 
lliTE, 1'. Iv. Ensign. Franklorl, Ky. Mass. Insl. of 
Tech.. Key West. Miami. Pensaeol.i. l':asl leigli, HoehaiII|i- 
loii, Eng. N- A. No. It50. IITA. 

IloicuND. G. F.. Ensign. 76 Maple I'l.. Keviiorl. N. J. 
Mass. Insl. of Tech.. Akron. Oliio: Rnckawav Beach, N. Y. 
LTA. 

llovcHND. I'ortkh. Lienl. (j.g.l. Bed Bank, N. J. 
Mass. Insl. of 4'ech., Key West. Rockawav. N. A. No. 
450. L4-A. 

lloBBs, Percy M.. Student Officer, 1933 E. 82d St., 
Cleveland, Ohio. .Mass. Inst, of Tech., Miami, Key West. 
HocKMAN, (;eo. B., Student Officer, R. F. D. No. 7, 
Hagerstown, Md. 

HoDGDON, Pmji. E., Student Officer, 39 West Broadway, 
Bangor, Maine. 

Hodges, Chas. E.. Ensign, 213 (Gardner Rd , Brookline, 
Mass. N. A. No. 397. 

TIooges, K. R., Lieut, (j.g.), 522 Vine St., Albany, Ga. 
Mass. Inst, of Teeli., Pensacola, Moutehic, Killingholme. 
N. A. No. 335. HTA. 

HoDCKiNS, Mebton 0., Student Olfieer, 185 Soutli Side 
Ave., Freeport. N. Y. 

HoFER. -M. a.. Lieut, (i.g.). 2374 Grandin Rd.. Cincin- 
nati. Ohio. N. A. No. 194. 

HoFF. Paul Frank. Student Olfieer. 615 Cramer St., 
Milwaukee, Wis. 

Hoffman, J. R., Ensign, 228 Central .\ve., Los Angeles, 
Cal. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Curtis, Buffalo; L. W. F., 
College Point. 

Hoffman, R. G., Ensign, 321 Hawthorn Road, Roland 
Park. Md. Mass. Inst, of Tech.. Miami, Pensacola, N. 
Bomb. Group. N. A. No. 683. HTA. 
Hoffer, R. II., Ensign. 

Hohenthal, Louis L., Student Officer, 467 Center St., 
South Manchester, Conn. Mass. Inst, of Tech. IITA. 

HoHL, Stewart M., Jr., Student Officer, 627 W. 113lh 
St., New York City. 

HoisiNGTON, II. W.. Ensign, .51 I'l Woodruff Ave., 
Columbus, Ohio. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Bay Shore, L. I., 
Pensacola. HTA. 

Holden. Geo. F., Student (Jflieer, 248 Post .\ve., Sao 
.\ntouio, Tex. 

Holding, R. S., Ensign. 





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IIoLGATE, RoBRRT B., Ensign, Evans ton. III. Mass. 
Inst, of Tech., Akron, Rockaway Beach. LTA. 

Holland. James G., Ensign, 334 Hollister Ave., Grand 
Rapids, Mich. Dunwootly Inst., Miami, Pcnsacola. 
HTA. 

HoLLiDAv, Fhederick T., Student Oiricer, 1 Ilillhouse 
Ave,, New ITaven, Conn. 

lIoLLis, Thomas, Jr., Ensign, New London, N. H. 
Mass. Inst, of Tech., Key West. HTA. 

IIoLLOWAY, T. F., Ensign, River Rank, Beverly, N. J. 
Mass. Inst, of Tech., Pcnsacola, Bay Shore, Cape May, 
Moutchic, Fromentine, France. N. A. No. 87H. HTA. 

HoLMAN. Wm. D., Student Odicer, Psi Upsilon House, 
Middleton, Conn. 

HoLMQuiST, Carl W., Ensign, 1103 Major St., Wood- 
lawn, Reaver Co., Pa. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Akron, 
Rockaway, Marginal Parkway. LTA. 

HoLST, Emmert T., Ensign, Elks Club, Seattle, Wash. 
N. A. No. 1125. 

Holt, Arthur R., Ensign, 15 Rice St., Newton Center, 

Mass. 

Holt, Benj. Dean, Ensign, 548 E. Park St., Siocklon, 
Cal. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Miami, Pensacola, San Diego. 
N. A. No. I37L HTA. 

Holt. John W., Student Ofhcer, 8 Atwood St., Harlford, 
Conn. 

Holtby. E\nL D., Student OfTtccr, 175 Edwards St.. 
New Haven, Conn. 

Holtham, Earl A., Ensign, 828 12(h St., Modesto, Cal. 
N. A. No. 1485. 

HoLTON. J. RAnny, Ensign, 505 W. 13th St., Austin, 
Tex. Ma.ss. Inst, of Tech., Key West, Fla. N. A. No. 
1888. HTA. 

HoLZL, Alfred P., War. Gunner. 

Homer, Joseph W., Ensign. N. A. No. 668. 

HoNDLE, W. C, War. Machinist. 

Honey, Frederic D., Student OfTicer, Greshara, Ore. 

HoNNEN. Edward H., Student Officer, 1423 N. Lejon 
St., Colorado Springs, Colo. 

HoopES, Thomas T., Lieut, (j.g.), 124 High St., New- 
huryport, Mass. Squantum, Mass.; Hampton Rds.; 
Pensacola, Fla.; Chatham, Mass. N. A. No. 1094. IITA. 

Hopkins, D. W., Ensign, 3435 Cornell Pi., Cincinnati, 
Ohio. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Pensacola, Great Lakes, 
Washington, D. C. HTA. 

Hopkins, J. G., Jr., Student Oflicer. Greenwood, Va. 
Mass. Inst, of Tech. HTA. 

Hopper, Geo. T., Student Officer, P. O. Box 446, Spo- 
kane, Wash. 



Horn, Herbert E., Ensign. 

Horner, Joseph, Jr., Student Officer. Green Ray, Wis. 
Care of Press Gazette. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Key West, 
Fla. HTA. 

Horner, Wm. W., Lieut, (j.g.), 4907 Carnegie Ave., 
Cleveland, Ohio. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Akron, Ohio; 
Rockaway Beach, N. Y.; Brest, France. LTA. 

Horrell, Martin L., EnsigD, 600 Karpen BIdg.. 
Chicago, III. 

HoBTON, Harry D., Ensign, Peconie, N. Y. Mass. 
Inst, of Tech., Miami, Pensacola. N. A. No. 1675. HTA. 

HoBTON, Jerome L., Student Officer, 2670 Hudson Blvd., 
Jersey City, N. J. 

HosFORD. Hemphill M., Student Officer, Waxahochie, 
Tex. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Akron, Ohio; Rockaway 
Beach, L. I. LTA. 

HosKiNs, Arthur C, Student Officer, 525 Jefferson Ave., 
Detroit, Mich. 

Hough, K. R., Ensign. 

Hough, Warren R., Student Officer, 410 E. John St., 
Champaign. III. 

HovEY. Leon R., Ensign, 29 Lancaster St., Cambridge. 
Mass. Inst, of Tech., Pensacola, Fla. 

Howard, Charles Sothoron, Student Officer, Frederick, 
Md. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Charleston. 

HowABD, Howell II., Student Officer, 205 W. 2d St., 
Dayton, Ohio. 

Howard, John Cocrane, Student Officer, Winchester 
St., Haverhill, Mass. 

Howard. John G., EnsiKn, 210 Lexington Ave., Ro- 
chester, N. Y. N. A. No. 1949. 

HowDEN, Frederick J., Student Officer, 104 Park Ave. 
E., Savannah, Ga. Seattle. Wash. HTA. 

Howe, Dudley Rogers, Student Officer, 22 Worthing- 
toD Rd., Brookline, Mass. 



Howe, Harold, Lieut. fJK )■ Care of Tioga Cigar Co., 
Owego, N. Y. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Key West, Pensacola, 
Miami, Pauillae, Moutchic, Brest. N. A. No. 518. HTA. 

HowEBTON, James, Ensign, N. A. No. 1074. 

Howlett, W. M., Ensign, 23 Irving St., Cambridge, 
Mass. 

Hi;bbard, Charles E., Lieut, fjg.). 30 Powel Ave., 
Newport, R. I. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Moutchic, Pen- 
sacola, Fromentine, ¥r.\ Miami. N. A. No. 350. HTA. 

Hubbard, Milton Le Compte, Student Officer. 118 
Academy St., Cambridge, Md. Dunwoody Inst. HTA. 

HuBBELL, Nelson E., Ensign, 135 N. Pearl St., BufTalo, 
N. Y. N. A. No. 2431. 

HuDBELL, Wm. L, Student Officer, Canal St., Westport, 
Conn. 

HucK, Louis C, Student Officer, 446 Diversey Parkway, 
Chicago, 111. 

HuDDLESTON, Walteh D., Ensign, 332 W. Broad St., 
Tciarkana, Tex. N. A. No. 766. 

Huffman, Kenaz, Ensign. 411 Ernest & Cranmer Bldg., 
Denver, Colo. Seattle, Wa.sh., D. C. HTA. 

Hughes, Caleb C, Jr., Student Officer, 213 14th St., 
S, E.. Washington, D. C. 

Hughes, Erne.st L., S Indent Officer, 1206 Hinman 
Ave., Evanston, III. 

Hughes, Harry H.. Jr.. Sludont Officer, 1001 Pine St., 
Rolla, Mo. 

Hughes, Paul A., War. Machinist, 15 Berkeley PI., 
Montclair, N. J. 

IluKiLL, Emory W., Ensign, Middletown, Del. Mass. 
Inst, of Tech., Key West, Miami. N. A. No. 1524. HTA. 

Hulett, E. C, Ensign, Holly, Mich. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech.. Akron, I*ensacola, Monlauk and Rockaway. N. A. 
No. 2035. LTA. 

Hull, \A'm. R., Ensign, 139 Sheldon Ave., Grand Rapids, 
Mich. N. A. No. 1719. 

Hulse, J. IL, Ensign. N. A. No. 1288. 

Humbert, O.'^car L., Sliident Officer. 828 S. D St., 
Arkansas City, Kans. Seattle, Washington. HTA. 

HuMisTON, Wm. T., Student Officer, Vero, Fla., Seattle, 
Key West. LTA. 

Hummer, Richard P., Ensign, 4535 Beacon St., Chicago, 
III. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Miami, Norfolk, Saunders 
Range, Md.; Pensacola. N. A. No. 1162. HTA. 

Humphreys, Wm. V., Jr., Ensign. N. A. No. 173. 

Humphreys, Wm. Y., Jr., Lieut, f.j.g.). 

Huneke, Robert C, War. Boatswain. 

Hunnewell, C. F., Ensign, 50 Chandler St., W. Somer- 
ville, Mass. 

Hunt, Vincent R., Student Officer. Bricelyn, Minn. 
Dunwoody Inst., Miami. HTA. 

Hunter, Byron W., Student Officer, Fremont, Nebr. 
Seattle, Wash. HTA. 

Hunter, Charles N., Student Officer, Burlingame, Cal. 

Hunter, Donald Wm., Student Officer, 80 Westminster 
Ave., Detroit, Mich. 

Hunter. Harry IL, Ensign, 1119 Judson Ave., Evans- 
ton. III. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Pensacola, Queenstown, 
Wexford, Ireland. HTA. 

Hunter, Robert D., Ensign, 977 Hackensack Plk. Rd., 

North Rergen, N. J. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Bay Shore, 
L. L, Pensacola, Fla. N. A. No. 1950. 

Hunter, T. W., Ensign. 57 Eliot St., Detroit, Mich. 
Mass. Inst, of Tech., Bay Shore, Pensacola. Miami. 
N. A. No. 1382. 

Huntington, Edwin Jay, Lieut, (j.g.), Geddes Road, 
Aim Arbor, Mich. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Pensacola, Hamp- 
ton Roads. HTA. 

Huntley. Robert R., War, Carpenter, 303 Electric 
RIdg., Buffalo, N. Y. Philadelphia Navy Yard; Pauillae, 
France; Eastleigh, Eng. 

Huntley, W. C, Ensign, East Auburn, Cal. Seattle; 
San Diego, Cal., and Pensacola. Fla. N. A. No. 1899. 

Hurt, Sherwood L., Student Officer, Bartow County, 
White, Ga. 

HussEY, John Edward, Student Officer, 5811 Cabanne 
Ave., St. Louis, Mo. Great Lakes Naval Training Station, 
U. S. Naval Unit, Yale University, New Haven. 

HuTCHiNGs, John H., Student Officer, 2805 O Ave., 
Galveston, Tex. Seattle, Wash. HTA. 

HuTCHiNS, D. J., Lieut, (j.g ), 256 Tyler Ave., Detroit 
Mich., Supt. constr. aircraft. New York City. 

IIuTC iiNsoN, Arthur Edward, War. Machinist. 

Iutchinson, Hubert, Student Officer, 311 Mt. Prospect 



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Ave., Newark. N. J. Mass 
Pensacola, Fla. HTA. 



Inst, of Tech.. Miami and 



Hutchinson. John G.. Student OITicer, 659 Massa- 
chusetts Ave.. Arlington, Mass. 

Hutchinson, Lester B., EInsign. N. A. No. 618. 

Hutchinson, Reoinald L., Ensign, 18,37 Spruce St 
Philadelphia. Pa. N. A. No. 1.5.52. 

Student OfTicer, Ashburn, 



Hutchison, 
Va. Seattle. 



Lijcius Lee, 
HTA. 



Hyde, Russeul N.. Lieut, (j.g.), 22 Devens Rd., Swamp- 
sootl, Mass. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Pensacola; Dundee, 
Set.; Felixstowe. Eng.; Pauillac, Fr.; Key West, Fla. N. 
A. No. 181. 

Hy-mer, H. G., Student Officer, Lancaster, Wis. Mass. 
Inst, of Tech., Key West, Fla. HTA. 

HysoM. RoscoE H., Ensign. 1200 Massachusetts Ave., 
Cambridge. Mass. Mass. Inst, of Tech, Atron, Ohio; 
Rockaway Beach, L. I.; Key West, Fla. LTA. 



And I Learned About Flying from Her 



I've taken my hops where I've found 'em; 

I've looped c^nd I've spun in my time; 
I've ad my piekins o' seajdancs. 

An' some c.»' tlie lot was juMme. 
One was an outcast F-bnat, 

One was a dizzy N-9. 
Oil, tiie "twelves" and "sixteens" I still see in my dreams, 

And the (Ivreiies that ever were mine. 



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Now I'm not a 'and with F-l)oats, 

For, takin' 'em all along. 
Yon never can sa.y till ,\ou'\e tried em, 

An' then you are like to be wrong. 
There is some that .you know that yon mightn't. 

There is some that .vou know that you might; 
And you'll often get stunts when ,vou're flyin' 
your bunks. 

That will help you in tea-table flights! 



Then I was transferred to Siiizas, 

(Else I'd be ta\i-in' no\\'), 
I \\as proud as a newly-made Ensign, 

And I tohl "em I'd show 'em all how. 
I soared up o\er the islands 

And down where the coral keys were. 
And I kept out o' harm near the ole turtle farm- 

And I learned about flvin' from her. 



I was a young man at Miami, 

Keen as a bo3' to begin; 
They gave me a rusty ole flivver. 

The first I had ever been in. 
Older than rae, but my first 'un, — 

More like an alarm clock she were, — 
But she slipped in one night when I spiralled too 
tight. 

An' I learned about flvin' from her. 




Oh. I've taken my hops wdiere I've found 'em, 

And now I'm through with the fun; 
The more time you've got in "sixteens," 

The more you will think of the "one's." 
And the end of its sittin' an' thinkin'. 

An' dreamin' more fl.vin' to see; 
So be warned by my lot (which I know you will 
not), 

An' learn about flvin" from me. 




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jp:nnings, robt. e. 

Lieul. U.g.) 
328 Main St., Menoroinpe, 
Mich. Mass. Inst, of Tccli., 
GreaL Lakes, Key Wesi, 
Miami. Pensacola. N. A. 
No, 1709 IITA. 



JERMAIN, HERBERT F. 

Ensign 
316 Huntington Ave., Bos- 
ton. Mass. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., Miami, Pensacola, 
Charieslown. N. A. No 
2221,. IITA. 



JEWETT, ORIS F. 

Sludenl Officer 

10,5 N. .5t)i St., Sawlelie, 

Cal. Seattle, North Island, 

San Diefio. IITA. 



JOBES, HAROLD L. 

Ensign 
21 Bay View Ave., Prince 
Kay, New York. Mass. 
Inst, ol" Tech., Akron, Key 
West, Pensaccla. N. A. 
No. 1966. LTA. 





JOHANSEN, ELMER L, 

Lieut. (J.g.) 
5 Arthur St., SomerviUe, 
Mass. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., Pensacola, Lake Bol- 
sena. It., Porto Corsini, 
Italy. N. A. No. 323. HTA. 



JOHNSON, ARCHIE C. 

Ensign 

Waseca, Minn. Mass. Inst. 

of Tec]].. Akron, Rockaway 

Beach. LTA. 



JOHNSON, FRANK M. 

Lieul. (J.g.) 
1413 Fairmont St., Wash- 
in^'Ion. D. C. Mass. Inst, 
of Tech., Pensacola, Hamp- 
ton Roads. N. .\. No. 
1096. HTA. 



JOHNSON, LACEY F. 

Student Ofjieer 

.SO the Boulevard, Pelham, 

N. Y., M.ass. Inst, of 

Tech., Bay Shore. HTA. 




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JOHNSON, MILTON O. 

Student Officer 
708 Fremont Ave., Morris, 
111. Dunwoody, Miami. 
HTA. 



JOHNSON, WARREN F. 

Ensign 
Cold Spring Harbor, L. I., 
N. Y. Mass. Inst, of Tech., 
Miami, Pensacola, Mout- 
chic. Fr. N. A. No. 1111, 
HTA. 



JOHNSON, W. W. 
Ensign 
311 Main St., Galva, Illi- 
nois. Dunwoody, Miami, 
Key West, Pensacola. 
HTA. 



JOHNSTON, GALE 
Student Officer 

122 Jackson Place, Mexico, 
Mo. Dunwoody Inst. Minn, 
HTA. 




JOHNSTON, OSWALD L. 

Student Officer 
Care Jas. McNaughton, 
Bronxville, N. Y. Mass. 
Inst, of Tech., Bay Shore. 
HTA, 



JONES, ARTHUR L. 
Ensign 
7 St Michaels Place, 
Charleston, S. C. Mass. 
Inst. of Tech., Miami, 
Pensacola. N. A. No. 1891. 
HTA. 



JONES, MARK Z. 
Ensign 
121 Court St., Janesville 
Wis. Mass. Inst, of Tech. 
Akron, Pensacola. N. A 
No. 2631. LTA. 



JONES, PAUL LUCAS 

Student Officer 
2732 Tracy Ave., Kansas 
City, Mo. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech. IITA. 



186 





JONRS, VICTOR H. 
Lieut. [J.g.) 
53.3 Byron St., Mankato, 
Minn. Akron. Cape May, 
Ifarapton Roads, Pensa- 
cola. N. A. No. 881. LTA. 




JONES, WOOLSEY F. 
Ensign 
2701 Fifth St.. Tuscaloosa, 
Ala. Mass. Inst, oi' Tech., 
Pensacola, Miami N A. 
No. 1441. HTA. 



JORDAN RAYMOND D. 

Ensign 
12 Stebhins St., Sprin'j- 
field, Ma.ss. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., Key West, Miami, 
Pensacola, Anacostia. N.A. 
No. UUM. KTA. 



JORDAN, ROBERT 

Ensign 
31.S West 97 St., New York 
City. Mass. Inst, of Tech.. 
Pensacola, Chatham. N. A. 
No. 924. HTA. 



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JOVA, JOHN A. 


JULIAN, DALVEN 


Lieut, (j-9-) 


Ensign 


RosetoD, Orange Co.. N. Y. 


607 Fountain St., Mineral 


Mass. Inst, ot Tech.. Pen- 


Point. Wisconsin. Mass. 


sacola. N. A. No. 429. 


Inst, of Tech., Great Lakes, 


HTA. 


Key West, Miami, Pensa- 




cola. N.A. No. 1720. HTA. 



JULLIFFE. H. W. 

Student Officer 
136 Marion Ave., Mans- 
field. Ohio. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech. HTA. 



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Cil 



■- R., Student Officer, KUUt Delaware Ave., 
Mass. Insl. ol' Tech., Ituy Shore, L. I. 

Studenl Oflicer, 83:1 Prospect Place, 



17] 5 Br 



St., 



162 Willow St., 
Miami. UTA. 



Ibsen, NonMAN H., Ensign 
Mich. N. A. No. MhO. 

Idol, Milwaho, Sliidenl, Ollicer, Rohiiison 

Igleheaht. O. p., Lieul. (j.^;.), 10 Nas.saii Si., Princeton, 
N. J. Caml>ri(l{,'c. BuHalo, New York City. 

Iles, Malvern. W.. Stncient Officer, .121. Mississippi 
Ave, Davenport, Iowa. 

Ingalls, D. S., Lieut, (j.g.), lIRdJt Lake Shore l^vd., 
Cleveland, Ohio. Palm Heach, Huntint,'ton, L. 
kirk. Eastleigh, Eng. N. A. No. 8.S. JITA. 

Ingersoll, C. D., Ensign. 2S1 E. Chestnut St., C 
III. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Great Lakes, San Diegr 
HTA. 

Ingham, Jame 
Buflalo, N. Y 
HTA. 

Inne.ss, Jos. K 
Brooklyn. N. Y. 

Irvine, I'^dgene L., Student Officer, .'iBll McKenney 
Ave., Dallas, Tex. 

Inglis, J.. Ensign, Paltorson, N. J. N. A. No. 1199. 

Irvine, Rctledge, Ensign, 1.57 6lh Ave.. Brooklyn, 
N. Y. Mass. Inst ot" Tech., Pensacohi, Hampton Koads. 
N. A. No. 1001. IITA. 

Irving, Clahgnce B., Ensign, 60 Union Ave., Frarning- 
ham, Mass. N. A. No. .502. 

Irving, Louis D.. Slndent Officer, Red Top, Cleveland 
Park, Washington, D. C. 

Isenrerger, Nathan P., Student (Jffi<er. 1312 Vermont 
St., Lawrence, Kans. 

IzATr, Thomas F., SLiident Ollicer, 101 H Maple Ave., 
Wilmerding, Pa. 

Jacks, Nathaniel, Slndent Officer, 
Dallas, Tex. 

Jackson, Andrew J., Student Offic< 
Waterbuiy, Conn. Mass. Inst, of Tecli 

Jackson, C. C, Ensign. 

Jackson, James A., Stndont Officer, 506 W. 12lh Si, 
Dallas, Tex. 

Jackson, James Clvrke, Siudeni Officer, 22 S;uH-hez 
St., Ocala, Fla. Dunwoody Inst., Minn. HTA. 

Jackson, John I., Ensign. 

Jackson, Paul, Student Officer, 57 W. Second Ave., 
Columbus, Oliio. 

Jacobs, Albert H.. Student Officer, 20 Palm A\c.. San 
Francisco, Cal. Seattle, Wash. HTA. 

Jacobs, Fred C, Student 0(li(^er, Memphis, Tenn. 
Mass. last, of Tech. 

Jacobs, Leslte P., Lienl. (j.g.), -112 Grand Ave., Lara- 
mie, N. Y. N. a. No. 526. 

Jacobs, Lorjng M., Ensign. 

Jaeckel. Harri- J., War, MachinisI, 519 Ganlenhein 
Ave., Portland. Ore. Coliimhia University. San Dii^go, 
Cal.; Philadelphia; Eastleigh. Eng.; Paris. Fr. 

Jameson, John T., Ensign. 

Janssen. Webster E., Student Officer. E. l.'J2d and 
Brown PI., Bronx, New York City. 

January, John W., Student Officer. \'ac;iville, Cal. 

Jaques, Burnett p., Ensign, 302 N. Cherry St., Jefferson; 
Iowa. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Miami, Pensacola. N. A. 
No. 1596. HTA. 

Jacques. Herbert, Ensign, 491 Beacon St., Boston, 
Mass. Mass. Insl. of Tech., Operations, Washington, 
D. C. 

Jabbett, TI. H., Student OITicer, Franklin, N. C. Mass. 
Inst, of Tech., Charleston, S. C. LTA. 

Jeannelle, B. C, Ensign, Peerless Milling Co., Slock- 
ton, Cal. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Bay Shore, Pensacohi. 
N. A. No. 1129. 

Jefferev, Madison P., Ensign, N. A. No. 643. 

Jeffordo, Walter M., Ensign, Glen Riddle, Pa. Mass. 
Inst, of Tech., Hampton Roads. HTA. 

Jeffrey, ^ieorge A., Student Olfi(-(^r. 2011 I'^asl Broad 
St., New Casile, Ind. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Bay Shore, 
Pensacola. HTA. 

Jelliff, Howard W., Student Officer, 136 Marion Ave., 
Mansfield, Ofiio. 

Jenks, Lr>urs ORRfN, Stuflent Olfirrr, 151 i Military 
Road, Port Huron, Mich. Seattle, Wash.; Miami. Fla. 
HTA. 

Jenks, W. M., Ensign, 90 Towers Road. Waterhury, 
Conn. 

Jennings, A. G., Jr.. r>isign, 2 E. ){2d St., New York 
City. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Bay Shore, Pcmsacola, PauiUac, 
Moutchic, L'Aber Vrach. N. A. No. 727. HTA. 



jENNrNGs, M. C, Stude 
Inst, of Tech., Miami. H 
jErvNifVGS, Richard, S 
Washington, D. C. 

Jensen. Neinert C, War. Machinist, 1011 HUh Ave., 
S. Nashville, Tcnn., Columbia Univ., Eastleigh. Eng. 

Jerolerson, Mortimer N., Student Officer, 55 N. 6th 
Sf., Newark, N. J. 

Jester. J. C, Student Officer, 3430 Gillespie Ave., 
Dallas. Tex. Seattle, Wash. HTA. 

Jewell, Robt. B., Student Officer, 273 S. Ashland Ave., 
Lexington, Ky. 

JortN, F. W., Ensign. 182 Nepperhan Ave., Yonkers, 
N. Y. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Bay Shore, Pensacola, Hamp- 
ton Roads. N. A. No. 2120. IITA. 

John, Henry Van Dyke, Ensign, 1770 Pacific Ave., San 
Francisco, Cal. N. A. No. 1431. 

John. Lawrence B., Student Officer. 825 19th Ave., 
So. Nashville, Tenn. 

Johns, Henrv V., Student Officer. 1770 Pacific Ave., 
San Francisco, Cal. 

Johns, Watson L., Ensign, 2952 California St.. San 
Francisco, Cal. 

Johnson, Bert N., Ensign, Stiiben Co., Atlanta, N. Y. 
N. A. No. 2017. 

Johnson, C. B., Ensign, 590 Iroquois Ave., Detroit, 
Mich. Dunwoody Inst., Minn.; Miami, Pensacola, Fla. 
N. A. No. 2635. HTA. 

Johnson, Chas. M., Ensign. 
Johnson, Clarence R., Ensign. 

Johnson, Crawford, Jr., Student Officer, 2935 Pawnee 
Ave., Birmingham, Ala. Seattle, Wash.; New Orleans. 
HTA. 

Johnson. Geo. E., Student Officer, 4272 Whitman'Ave., 
Sciiltle, Wash. Seattle. W^^sh., Sao Diego. Cal. HTA. 

JoHN.soN, Gerald Reed, Ensign, 1914 22nd St., S;icra- 
menio, Cal. Seattle Wash. Miami, Pensacola. N. A. No. 
2302. HTA. 

Johnson, Harold F., Student Oflicer, Amherst, Mass. 
Johnson, J. M., Carpenter. 

Johnson, John R., Ensign, Greenwich, Conn. 
Johnson, Lindlev, Jr., Ensign, Rosemont, Pa. 
Johnson, Malcolm F., Student Officer, 889 IsL Ave.. 
So., Grand Rapids, Wis. 

JctHNsoN, Meade M., Student Officer, 430 Ohio Ave.. 
Etowah. Tenn. 

Johnson. Oren v.. Student Officer, 555 N. Church St., 
Sparlanburg. S. C. 

Johnson, Richard N., Student Officer, 78 Dalton Road, 
NewLon Centre, Mass. Great Lakes, 111. 

John.son. Roscoe E., Student Officer, 202 Mulberry St., 
Eureka. Kans. 

Johnson, Budy M., Ensign, 815 N. 2nd St., Ishperaing, 
Mich. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Miami, Fla., Pensacola. 
N A. No. 2227. IITA. 

Johnson, S. H., Ensign, 88 Central Park, West, New 
Y'f)rk City. 

JftHNsoN. Stei'HEN S.. Student Oflicer, 377 Charlton 
Ave.. So. Orange, N. J. 

Johnson, Thos, Gary, Ensign, 10 West wood Ave., 
Richmond, Va. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Akron. Ohio; Rock- 
uway, N. Y. LTA. 

Johnson, Walter, Student (Officer, 1930 Benedict Ave., 
Bronx, N. Y. 

Johnson, Walter II., Ensign, Clareraont, Cal. R. F. D. 
Box 50. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Bay Shore. Pensacola, Hamp- 
ton B(.ads, Anacostia, London, Brest, St. Nazaire, Fr. N. 
A. No. 1300. 

Johnson, W. G., War. Maciiinist. 

Johnson. Wilf-ard C, Student Officer, 2863 29Mi St., 
N. W.. Washington, D. C. 

Johnston, Carl IL, Student Officer, Boligec, Ala. 
J<)HNSTON. D. S., Student Oflicer, 822 9th St., Hunting- 
ton, VV. Va. Ma.ss. Inst, of Tech. HTA. 
Johnston, Gundeb Z., War. Gunner. 
Johnston, Harold C, Ensign. 

JoHNsroN, Harold K., Student Oflicer, 293 Woodward 
Ave., Buflalo. N. Y. 

.Johnston, Hi^nrv R., Ensign, 75 Prospect Ave., Mont- 
<'lair, N. J. Hampton Roads, Va. Operations Aviation, 
W ashinglon, D. C. 

Johnston, William D., Student Oflicer, Boligee, Ala. 
JoNAKEB, Wm. S., Student Olficcr. 

Jones, Alan P.. Student Officer, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. 
lass. Inst, of Tech., Key West. HTA. 



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Jones, Cahholl L., Sdidcnl Officer, .5012 Walnut Si., 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

Jones, Ch.vs. Alvin, Eiisisn, l'»27 Oliver Hhl^., I'ills- 
burgh. Pa. 

Jones, CuFPOnD B., Sludenl Oflicer, I'-Vi') Ohio Si., Law- 
rence, Kaiis. 

Jones, Decatur, Ensipin, <J1!1 Park \\f.. Hichmoml. \ a. 
Ohio, Mass. InsL ol' Tech., Akron, Rockaway, L. 1. 
LTA. 

Jones, David Gale, Ensign, 236 McKnight BWk., 
Minneapolis, Minn. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Blue Hill 
Observatory, Seattle, Wash. Aerograjiher. 

Jones, Edwin M., Student OITicer, Care of The Jones Co., 
Jackson, Miss. 

Jones, Ceo. E., Student OUicer, 127 B St., S. E., Wash- 
ington, D. C. 

Jones, Henby C, Student Officer, 829 Monadnock Bldg., 
Chicago, III. 

Jones, James R., Ensign, 87 llawthfjrne Ave., Akron, 
Ohio. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Akron, Rockaway, L. I., LT.\. 

Jones, Kelley Day, Ensign, P. O. Box 12.'S3 Tampa, 
Fla. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Hay Shore. Pensacola, Ana- 
costia, D. C, Hampton Roads, Va. N. A. No. m72. HTA. 

Jones, Max S., Ensign, 7307 Flora Ave., St. Louis, Mo. 
N. A. No. 373. 

JoiVES, MiNOH S., Student Officer, 91 Broad St., Charles- 
ton, S. C. 

Jones, Nicholas H., Student Officer, 1.50 Broadway, 
New York, Great Lakes, Miami. 

Jones. P. S., Ensign. N. A. No. 68.5. 



Jo NES, Rv^MOND S., Studcnt Officer, Puritan Apt. 
Louisville, Ky. 

JoNEs, RoLLiN T., Student Officer, 117 Greenwood PI., 
Buffalo, N. Y. 

Jones Rov A., War. Gunner. 

Jones, Samuel Manly, Student Oflicer, 302 P.-mbroke 
Ave., Norfolk. \ a. Mass. Inst, of Tech. HTA. 

Jones, Saunoers P., Ensign, 104H Cherokee Rd., Louis- 
ville, Ky. 

Jones, Thomas M., 3rd, Lieut, (j.g.), 811 Ridge Ave., 
Pittsburgh, Pa. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Hampton Roads, 
Peiisacola, Bay Shore. N. A. No. 495. HTA. 

Jones, W. R , War. Machinist. 

Jones, Wm. H., Student Officer, Bennett Creek, Va. 

Jones, Wm. I., Ensign. N. A. No. 2072. 

Jordan. Charles R., Student Officer. 2 West 72nd St., 
New York City. 

Joseph, Roland H., Student Officer, 208 N. Oak St., 
Owatonna. Minn. 

JosEY, Samuel B., Student Officer, Hazelhurst. Ga. 

JuDD, David E., Lieut, (j.g.), 10 Pleasant St., Rrookline, 
Mass. 

JuDSON. John W,, Ensign, 115 Broadway, New York 
Cily. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Pensacola, Miami, Langley 
Field, Va. N. A. No. 1297. HTA. 

JuNELL, John, Ensign, Minneapolis Club, MinneapoUs, 
Minn. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Pensacola. N. A. No. 
2088. HTA. 

JuNKiN. Geo., II h. Ensign, 1318 Real Estate Trust Bldg., 
Philadelphia. Pa. N. A. No. 1959. 




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KAMT, EDWIN S. 
Ensign 
1367 Comm. Ave.. Boston, 
Mass. Akron, Roehamplon, 
Brest, La Pallico, Widdy 
Island, Bantry Bay. LTA. 



KEABNEY, DANIEL W. 

Ensign 

126 E. Church St., Shamo- 
kin, Penn. Mass;. Inst, of 
Tech., Miami, Pensacola. 
N. A. No. 2164. IITA. 



KEARNEY. PATBICK E. 

Ensign 

58 Maple St., Hudson, 
Mass. Mass. Inst, of 

Tech., Pensacoia. N. A. 
No, 892. HTA. 



KEELER. RICHARD J. 

Ensign 
.3121 Third Ave., So. Minn., 
Minn. Mass. Inst- of Tech.. 
Bay Shore. Pensacola. N. 
A. No. 2194, HTA 







KEEP C. RUSSELL 

Ensign 
273 North Oxlord St., Hart- 
ford, Conn. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech.. Mi.-»mi. N. A. No. 
2056. HTA. 




KELLY. STEPHEN F. 
Ensign 
901 Jackson Ave., Bronx, 
New York City, M. I. T., 
Newport, Bay Shore, Key 
West, Miami, Pensacola. 
N. A. No. 949. 





KEHRER, GEO. C. 

Student Offirer 

344 N. Main St.. Doyles- 

town. Pa. Mass Insl. of 

Tech. HTA. 



KEITH, FREDERICK W. 

Lieut, ij.g.) 
Sarasota, Fla. Bay Shore- 
Miami N. A- No. 379- 
HTA. 



KELLEY, VVM. D. 
Lieut, ij.o-) 
1903 McCallie Ave.. Chat- 
tanoofra. Tenn. Akron. 
Pensacola, Mass. Inst, of 
Tech. N. A., No. 548. 
LTA. 




KELSEY, CARLETON 

Ensign 
Meriden, Conn. Keyport, 

N.J. 



KEMP. THATCHER J. 

Student Officer 
2115 Hobart Blvd.. Los 
Angeles, Cal. Seattle, 

Washington. HTA. 



KEMPE, A. F. 

Student 0/Jicer 
14 Oakwood Place. Eliza- 
beth. N. J. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech. HTA. 





KEMPTON, FRANK 
Ensign 
602 Ponce de Leon Ave.. 
Atlanta, Ga. Mass. Inst., 
of Tecii., Akron, Rock- 
away. LTA. 



KENDALL. JOHN W 

Ensiffn 

Meyersdale, Penn. Mass 



Insl- of Tech.. San Diego, 
Pensacola. N. A. No. 1792 
HTA. 



KENNEDY. JOHN W. 
Student Officer 
1129 Cleveland Ave.. Port- 
land. Oregon. Seattle, .San 
Diego. 





KENT. SEPTEMUS E. 

Student Officer 
Hope, Ark. Mass Inst. 
of Tech., Pensacola. HTA. 



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KERSHAW, G. H. 
Ensign 
175 N. Greenwoof] Ave. 
Kankakee, III. JVlass. Inst, 
of Tech., Miami, Kev West, 
Pensarola. N. A. No. 2488, 
HTA. 



KESER, FLOYD B. 
Ensign 
Fox Chase, Pa. Mass. 
Inst, of Tech., Akron, 
Rorkaway, Montauk, Pen- 
sacola. LTA. 



KETCHAM, JOHN B. 
Ensign 
2 Rector St.. New York 
City. M. I. T., Key West, 
Pensa., QueenstowTi. Whid- 
dy Island. Ire. N. A. No. 
1229. HTA. 





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KEYES, CHET. A. 

Ensign 
Scarritt BIdg., Kansas 
Mo. Mass. Insr. of 
., Key West, Fla. 



KEYES, LLOYD B. 

Ensign 
Auburn, Wash. Miami, 
Great Lakes, San Dicf^'o. 




KIMBALL. CURTIS C. 

Student Officer 

1268 So. 20th St., Lincoln, 

Neb. Mass. Inst, ol Tech., 

Great Lakes, Miami. HTA. 




KINDY, WARD B. 
Ensign 
Fayette, Ohio. Mass. Inst, 
nf Tech., Great Lakes, 
Pensacola, Key West. N. A. 
No. 2211. HTA. 




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KING, li. FRANK 

^ludcnl Oflirer 

Forrest. City, Ark. Mass. 

Inst. oi'Tech., New Orleans. 

Pensacola. Miami. HTA. 



KiaiSY, PAUL J. 
Ensif/n 
426 Cumberland St., Mar- 
risburf?. Penn. Mass. Inst, 
ol' Tech., Newport, Bay 
Shore, Miami, Pensaof)la. 
N. A. No. 2359. HTA. 




KIHKKNDALL, F. C. 

Sladi-nt Officrr 

81 VVesI Union St., Wilkes- 

Karre, P;i. Mass. InsL of 

Te.h. I IT A. 



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KNAUER, If. I' 
EnsKjn 
Route 2, Pottstown. Pa. 
Mass. Inst, oflech., I'ensa- 
cola, Moutehic, Fr., Killin{<- 
holme, Ktifr. N. A. No. 
726. liTA. 




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KING, FRANK 
Ensign 
326 West 107 St., New 
York City. Hampton Rds., 
Calais, Anacostia. N. A. 
No. 2i5. 




KIRK, HERBERTS. 
Ensi<jn 
3nr, Ilinhland Ave., New 
Castle, Pa. M. I. T.. Miami, 
Pensacola, Moutchic, Fr., 
Bay Shore. N. A. No. 1282. 
HTA. 




KITTIUDGK. L. T. 

Ensnirt 
oolwitch, Maine. Pensa- 
la, Mass. Inst, of Tech., 

iarni, Pensacola. N. A. 

o. 2662 HTA. 




KNIGHT, JOHN A., Jr. 

Enaiffn 
9.11 West "Ith St., Williams- 
port, Pa., Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., Key West, Miami, 
Pensacola. N. A. No. 1229. 




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KIINTZ. LKSIJE H. 

Ensign 
51.') Monroe St., Ann Arbor. 
Mich Mass. Inst, of Terh., 
Akron, Pensacola. N. A. 
No. 2617. LTA. 







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KIRK, LE GRANDE F. 
Ensitin 
Younsstown, New York, 
Mass. Inst, of Tech., Key 
West, Miami, Pensacola. 
N. A. No. 2097. HTA 



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KLAGER, WALTER 11. 
Ensign 
617 So. Main St., Arm 
Arbor, Mich. Mass. Inst, 
of Tech., Miami, Pensacola, 
Bay Shore. N. A. No. 1360. 
HTA. 




KOBLEGARD, H. H. 

Sludent Officer 
218 East Main, Clarksburg. 
W. Va. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., Bay Shore, L. I., 
Brunswick, Ga. HTA. 





KIRHY, HAROLD L. 

Ensign 
Havre, Montana. Mass- 
Inst, of Tech., Miami- 
Pensacola, Hampton Rds., 
Anacostia. N. A. No. 1508. 
HTA. 





KIRK, ROY E. 

Ensign 

1 86 W. Oxford St., Alliance, 
Ohio. Mass. Inst, of Tech., 
Miami, Petisacola. N. A. 
No. nn. HTA. 





KLOOR. LOU IS A., Jr. 

Ensign 
219 \v('niie E., Crowley 
La. Pensacola, Hampton 
Roads, Rockawny, Mon- 
tauk. N. A. No. 2137. 




KOCH, HENRY F. 

Stadenl Ofjicer 
869 Amboy Ave., Perth 
Amboy, N. J. Mass. Inst. 
of Tech. HTA. 



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KOENIG, HERBERT A. 

Sladenl OJjicer 
453 McDonough St. 
Brooklyn, N. Y. Mass 
Inst, of Tech., Akron 
Rockaway. LTA. 



KOENIGER, KARL W. 

Student Oj)icf;r 
Kiii;;'sport, Tenii. SeaMle, 
Washington. HTA. 



KOHLER, WALTER W. 
Ensign 

.3.37 N. Main St., Old 
Forge, Pa. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., Miami, Pensacola. 
N. A. No. U36. HTA. 



KOLPIEN, ALTON L. 
Ensign 

763 Park Ave.. Dunkirk, 
N. Y. M. I. T., Key West, 
Miami, Pensacola, Bay 
Shore, <.)tieesnl()wn. N. A. 
No. IIU. HTA. 





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KONIGSMARK, V. L. 

Ensign 

Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Mass, 

Inst, of Tech., Great Lakes, 

Miami, Pensacola. HTA. 



KORFF, HARRY O. 
Student Officer 
1720 W. Lafayette Ave., 
Baltimore, Md. Mass. 

Inst, of Tech., League 
sland, Navy Yard, Phila- 
delphia, Pa. HTA. 




KOTHE, WILLIAM C. 

Student Officer 

7.S \A ashington Ave., 

Grantwood, N. J. Mass. 

Insi. of Tech., Key West, 

HTA. 



KRAMER. C. H. 

Student Officer 
430 E. Ninth St., Alton, 
III. Mass. Inst, of Tech., 
Miami. HTA. 






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KRAMER, IVAN L. 

Student 0/Jicer 

566 Prospect Place, Brook- 

lyu. N. Y. Mass. Inst, of 

Tech., Akron. LTA. 




KREBS, W. W. 
Ensifin 
509 Napoleon St., Johns- 
town, Pa. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., Akron, Hampton 
Roads. LTA. 



KUNKEL, CHARLES F. 

Lieut, ij.g.) 
New Cumberland, Pa. 
M. I. T., I'cnsacola, Ft. 
Worth, Hampton Roads, 
Rillingholme. Eng. N. A. 
No. 273. HTA. 



KROUSE, S.HARVEY 
Ensign 
306 Chestnut St., Phila- 
delphia, Penn. Mass. Inst, 
of Tech., Pensacola, Chat- 
ham. N. A. No. 960. HTA. 



KURTZWARTH, E. L. 

Student Officer 
152 King Ave., Detroit, 
Mich. Great Lakes, Dun- 
woody, Mass. Inst, of Tech. 



KRUMM, HARRY W. 

Ensi'jn 

3000 Arunah Ave., Bal- 
timore, Md. M. I. T., Bay 
Sh., Key West, Moutohic,. 
Malpensa, N. B. G. N. A. 
No. 380. HTA. 




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K.\FT.\N, A. G., War. Gunner. 
K.\HLE, George F., War. Boalswain. 
Kahlebt, Wm. G., Student Officer, 194 E. Robis St., 
St. Paul, Minn. 

K.\HN, Jerome Vemann, Student Officer, 3975 Beechwood 
Ave., Rose Hill, Cincinnati, O. Mass. Inst, of Tech., La- 
Fayetle Escadrille, France. HTA. 

Kaiser, Karl IL, Ensign, lii Haviland St., Suile 5, 
Boston, Mass. 

Kaiser, Richard W., Student OITicer, Bonuie Crest, New 
RocheUe, N. Y. 

Kamm, Walker W., Student Officer, No. 7 Bus.sian Hill 
Place, San Francisco, Cal.; Seattle, Wash. LTA. 

Kane. Bichmond K., Student Officer, Glacier Park 
Hotel, Glacier Nafl Park, Mont. 

Kane, Rohert B., Student Officer, Gale City, Va. 
Dunwoody Inst. HTA. 

Kanke, Berinard, Sludent Officer, 675 Frederick Ave., 
Detroit, Mich. 

Kastner, a.. War. Gunner. 

KATOURETTFi, LiviNC.STON B., Student Officer, 334 Cen- 
tral Bldg., Seattle, Wash. 
Kauffman, Allen, Ensign. 

Kauffmann, Samuel II., Student Officer, 6 North Dod 
St., Princeton, N. J. 

Kauth, Elliott, Ensign. 

Kavana, Luke J., Sludent Officer, 304 S. Ashland Ave., 
LaGrange, III. 

Kavanauoh, L. T., Jr., Student Officer, 60 South Grant 
St., Memphis, Tenn. 

Kave, Lewis G., Ensign, 44 Campbell Hall, Princeton, 
N. J. N. A. No. 12211. 

Kazanjun, II., Jr., Ensign, New Rochelle, N. Y. N. A. 
No. 2188. 

Kepdie, Epward a.. Ensign. 804 Center St., Boslon, 
Mass. N. A. No. 747. 

Keefe, Owen F., Student Officer, 14 Irving Park, 
Watertown, Mass. 

Keefe, Thomas J., Student Officer, Chester Club, 
Chester, Pa. Ma.ss. Inst, of Tech. HTA. 

Keeler, Harry F., Student Officer, 414 Pratt St., 
Longmont, Colo. 

Keene, Campbell, Ensign, 169 State St., Augusta, Me. 
Mass. Inst, of Tech., Pensacola. Key West, Miami, Hamp- 
ton Roads, Fleet Air Detachment. N. A. No, 1423. 
HTA. 



1718 Ave. F,Gal- 



Keenan, Lewis Champlin, Ensign 
veston, Tex. N. A. No. 2371. 

Keith, Geo K., Ensign, Box 6, Grafton, Mass. 

Kellar, John W., Ensign, Lee, Mass. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., Akron, Ohio, Pensacola, N. A. No. 2M8. LTA. 

Kellev, Frank R., Student Officer, 1932 Waldick Ave., 
Columbus, O. 

Kellev, Oliver M., Ensign, 822 N. Fulton Ave., 
Baltimore, Md. 

Kellock, Albro Latimer, Student OIHcer, Cambridge, 
Mass. 

Kellogg, John P., Ensign, 212 Stone St, Watertown, 
N. Y. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Key West, Pensacola, N. A. 
No. 1984. HTA. 

Kelly, Daniel F., Ensign. 

Kelly. Errol E., Sludent Officer, 1200 Port St., New 
Orleans, La.; Seattle, Wash. HTA. 

Kelly, Francis J., Student Officer. 11204 Edbrooke 
Ave., Chicago. III. 

Kelly, Henry F., Student Officer. 93 Sawyer Ave., 
Dorchester, Mass. 

Kelly". Herbert Charles, Ensign, Llnion Bldg., San 
Diego, Cal. Seattle, San Diego, Pensacola. N. A. No. 
2438. HTA. 

Kelly, Norman W., Lieut, (j.g.). 

Kelly, W. R., War Machinist, 132 Cottage Ave., 
Fall River, Mass. 

Kelly, Wm. Arthur, Student Officer, Main St., Beth- 
esda, O. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Akron O.; Bockaway, 
L. I. LTA. 

Kelly, William II., Student Officer, 305 Sorin Hall, 
Notre Dame, Ind. 

Kelsey, Bobert ' 
ton Center, Mass. 

Kelso, Albert D., 
Cambridge, Mass. 

Kemp, Hebnpon, Ensign, 905 Magaffin Ave., El Paso, 
Tex. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Miami, Pensacola, N. A. No. 
2363. HTA. 

Kendall, Charles H., Ensign, 146 Court St., Brock- 
Ion, Mass. 

Kendall, Everett A., Student Officer. 

Kendig, Chas. Hope, Ensign, 2647 Dwight Way* 
Berkeley, Col. N. A. No. 1854. 

Kenderick, Charles M,, Student Officer, 1241 Euclid 
St., Washington, D. C. 



Ensign, 77 Montvale Road, New- 
Student Officer, 2 Holyoke St., 



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Kenen. Leonard CnAnLEJ?, IJput. (i ^ ) 712 17ih St 
N. W., Washington, D. C. 

Kennedy. Geo. L., War Boatswain. 

Kennedy, II. H., Ensign, 4950 Greeawoorl Ave., Chicago 

Kennedy, S. C, Lieut, fj.g.l 1432 Victoria St.. Honoluhi, 
i'-,r ^I^^s. Inst, of Tech., Pensacola, Washington, 

Kilhngholme, Eng. N. A. No. 302. HTA. 

Kenny, Christopher J.. Lieut, (j.g.). 

Kent, Donald W.. Lieut, fj.g.), 30 Allen Lane. Philadel- 
phia, Pa., Bureau of Steam Engineering, Washington. 

Kent, Roland W., Ensign., 3106 Emerson Ave.. Minne- 
apohs, Minn., Dunwoody Inst., Columbia University. 

Kerb, LeRoy H., Student Officer, .596 Chnton Ave., 
Newark, N. J. 

Kerbaugh, Malcolm D., Student Officer, Bryn Mawr, 
Pa. Mass. Inst, of Tech.. Miami, Fla. HTA. 



ow St., 
Student Officer, Baldwin, 



Kerman, Joseph F., Student Officer, 448 W 
Waterbury, Conn. 

Kerns, Leland Clare, 
Kas.; Seattle. Wash. IITA. 

Kerr, John M., Student Officer. 1336 Massachusetts 
Ave., N. W., Washington, D. C. 

Kerr, R. H., Ensign, N. A. No. 178. 

Kerb, Richard Caldwell, Ensign, 2617 Durant Ave., 
Berkeley, Cal. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Miami, Pensacola. 
N. A. No. 1754. HTA. 

Kerr, Stephen L., Ensign, Whitchouse Hotel, Salt 
Lake City. Utah. N. A. No. 1341. 

Kebscheusteiner, M. J., Student Officer, 612 Grant 
St.. Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Great Lakes, III.; Pensacola, Fla. 

Kessjno, Ensign. 

Kfsterson, Harry J., Student Officer, 2205 Reed St., 
Ft. Wayne. Ind. 

Ketcham. Howard S., 
Germantown. Philadelphii 

Keyes, Kenneth B. 



Student Officer, 239 Harvey St., 
I, Pa. 



, Lieut, (j.g.), Rowley, Mass- 
Mass. Inst, of Tech., Pensacola, Felixstowe, Lough Foyle, 
Brest, Treguier, Coco Solo. N. A. No. 182. HTA. 

Keyser, Clarence N., Lieut. Ci-o-)- 

Kiefer, George Croney, En:*ign, .')29 Willow St., 
New Haven, Conn., Great Lakes. HTA. 

KiLBORN, Henrv T., Student Officer. 537 West 12Nt 
St., New York City. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Bav Shore. 
L. I. HTA. 

KiLBURN, John R., Ensign, 646 Maryland Ave.. Pitts- 
burgh, Pa. 

Kilmer. O. P., Lieut, (j.g.). N. A. No. 70. 
Kimball, Donald B., Student Officer, f6f9 Monroe 
St., Washington, D. C. 

Kimball, George A., Student Officer, 4932 Colfax Ave.. 
So. Minneapolis, Minn.; Seattle, Wa.sh. IITA. 

Kimberly, Stuart, Ensign, Redlands, Cal. N. A. 
No. 1499. 

KiMBROUGH, \^'iLLiAM I'l, Student Olficer, 1008 Elm 
St., Birmingluim, Ala. 

Kim:\iel, Stanley P., Student Officer, R. F. D. No. 5, 
Box 366a, Los Angeles, Cal. 

Kimmel, Walter L., Student Officer, Cherokee, Kan. 

KiNCHLE^', H. A., Ensign, Sherman Hotel, 71st St. & 
Broadway, New York Cily. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Pen- 
saeola, Fla. N. A. No. 1051. 

KiNDALL, KOLON M., Licut. (j.g.) N. A. No. 370. 

King, Charles Curtis, Ensign, 62-70 West Iowa Ave., 
Memphis, Tenn. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Pensacola, Fla. 
HTA. 

King, David E., Student Officer, 1011 Thirteenth St., 
Wilmettc, III. Dunwoody Inst., Minn., Miami, Fla. HTA. 

King. Edward MacDonald, Student Olficer, 905 W^atch- 
ung Ave.. Plainfield, N. J. Mass. Inst, of Tech. HTA. 

King. Frederick E.. Lieut, (j.g.), Kew Gardens, Long 
Island, N. Y. Bay Shore, Miami, Moutchic, LeCroisic, 
Hampton Roads. HTA. 

King, Francis R., Student Officer, 73 Murray St., 
Newark, N. J. 

King, Geo. S., Lieut, (j.g-). 194 Rugby Road, Brooklyn. 
N. Y. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Akron, Key West. Bu. of 
C. & R.. Washington, D. C., Cape May, Rockaway, Mon- 
tauk. N. A. No. 1408. LTA. 

King, H. W., Ensign, Covina, Cal. N. A. No. 863. 

King, MacLell.\n E., Student Officer, 712 Waveland 
Ave., Chicago, III.; Dunwoody Inst., Minn. HTA. 



King, Warren G., Ensign, 2573 Stratford Road. Cleve- 
land. O. 

King, William C, Ensign. 416 E. San Bernardino Ave.. 
Covina, Cal. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Miami, Pensacola. 
N. A. No. 2016. HTA. 

Kingsbury, S. M., Ensign, 33 Norwood Ave., Newton 
Center, Mass. Mass. Inst, of Tech.. Key West, Miami, 
Pensacola. N. A. No. 1824. HTA. 

KiRKLAND, William Alexander, Student Officer, 1410 
Clay Ave., Houston, Tex. I\Iass. Inst, of Tech. IITA. 

KiSKADDON, John M., Student Officer, Tiffin, 0. 

Kissel, William T., Ensign, 14 Wall St., New Y^ork 
City. 

KiTCHiN, Howard W., War. Gun. 

Kittinger, L. T., Ensign, 403 Terry Ave., Seattle, 
Wash. 

Kjos, H., War Machinist, Kenyon, Minn. 

Klossner, Winfred W^, Ensign. N. A. No. 1578. 

Knapp, Joseph F., Lieut, (j.g.). 247 Fifth Ave., New 
York City. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Pensacola, Fla. N. A. 
No. 638. 

Kneass, Geo. B., Ensign. 418 So. 15th. St., Philadelphia, 
Pa. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Miami, Pensacola. N. A. No. 
1577. HTA. 

Knight, Dewey, Student Officer, Nasvhille, Ga. 
Dunwoody Inst., Minn. HTA. 

Knight, D. B., Ensign, 28 Cambridge Place, Brooklyn. 
N. Y. N. A. No. 1299. 

Knight, Geoffrey. Student Ollicer, Fanwood, N. J. 

Knipp, Howard Franklin, Ensign, Howard Park, 
Md. N. A. No. 2052. 

Knoerzer. Leo P., Student r)flicer, 46 Elizabeth St., 
Hammond, Md. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Great Lakes. 
HTA. 

KwOLLENBERr;, BeRNHARD IL, 

versity Club, Honolulu. T. H. 

Kno\m.e. Clarence, Student Officer, 
Road, Atlanta, Ga. 

KoBBE, Frederick ^^^M., Lieut, (j.g.), 103 East 86th 
St., New York, Hampton Roads, Va. Communication 
Officer. 

Koechl, Otto R., Student Oificer, 47 Montgomery 
Place, Brooklyn, N. Y., Great Lakes. 111. HTA. 

KoGER. E. B.. Ensign, 1(13 Alassachusetts Ave., Wash- 
ington, D. C. N. a. No. 619. 

KoHLER, Gerald E., Student Officer, 101 East Green 
St.. Champaign, 111. 

Student Officer. 3419 Beech Ave., 



Student Officer, Uni- 
Springdale 



Jr.. Student Officer, Amboy Ave., 



KoNzE, John E. 
Baltimnre, Md. 

KooN, Henry F 
Perth Amboy. N. J. 

KosACK. FR\NCrs, Ensign. 

KouNTzE. Harold, Ensign, Col. Nat'l. Bank, Denver. 
Colo. 

Kraft, R. R., Student Officer, 212 Marion St., Oak 
Park, lU. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Key West, Fla. HTA. 

Kbatz, Reginald P., Student Officer, 5066 East E St., 
Ontario, Cal. Personnel Oflice, Washington, D. C., Akron,. 
Ohio. 

Kr.\use, F. Arthur, Student Officer, 2307 University 
St., St. Louis. Mo. Mass. Inst, of Tech. HTA. 

Krebs. Allen J., Jr., Student Officer. Murx)ht3 HoteU 
Richmond, Va. 

Krieder, A.vron S., Jr., Student Officer, 51 N. 3rd St. 
Philadelphia, Pa. Mass. Inst, of Tech. 

Krueger, E. a., War, Machinist, 2726 W. 16th St., 
Chicago, 111. 

Khueger, Harold H., Student Officer, 1950 Kenwood 
Parkway, Minneapolis, Minn. 

Krueger, Harry H., Student Officer, Utah Power & 
Light Co., Salt Lake City, Utah. 

Krug, Charles Steinway, Ensign, 200 West 71st St., 
New York City. Mass. Inst, of Tech.. U. S. N. Torpedo 
Station. Key West, Miami. Pensacola, Marine Field, 
London. N. A. No. 1283. IITA. 

KBU.viRiiVE, C. S., Student Officer, 5037 Larch wood 
Ave.. Philadelphia, Pa. Mass Inst, of Tech, 

Kbupnick, Alvin J., Student Officer, 6118 North Broad- 
way, St. Louis, Mo. 

Kru-^e, Albert, Ensign, 2212 Gilpin Ave.. W^ilmington, 
Del. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Key West, Pensacola. N, A. 
No. 2394. 

KuEHNLE, Carl F., Jr. 

KuHN, Jerome H., Student Officer, Burlingham, Cal, 









LAWLER, RICHARD II. 



Ensign 
345 E. 43 St., Chicago, II]. 
Mass. Inst, of Tech., Great 
Lakes, Miami, Key West, 
Pensacola. N. A. No. 25.59. 
HTA. 



LAWLER. S. W., Jr. 



Sludent Officer 
Fl. Myers, Fla. Mass. Inst, 
of Tech., CambridKC- HTA. 



LAWRENCE, II. J.. Jr. 

Lieut, (j.g.) 

Merion Cricket Club, Hav- 

erford, Penn. Operations, 

Washington, D. C. HTA. 



LAWRENCE, W. R., Jr. 

Ensifjn 
30 Rural Ave., Medford, 
Mass. Mass. Inst, of Tech., 
Key West, Miami, Pensa- 
cola, Hampton Roads. N. 
A. No. 1576. HTA. 




LAWSON. EDWIN M. 
Ensign 
99 Cambridge St., Win- 
chester, Mass. Mass. Inst, 
of Tech., Pensacola. HTA. 



LAWTON, JOHN S. 

Sludent Officer 

Evans Mills, N. Y. Mass. 

Inst, of Tech., Cambridge. 

Mass. HTA. 



LAYCOCK, CHAS. H. 

Student Officer 

Wilkesbarre, Pa. Mass. 

Inst, of Tech., Key West. 

HTA. 



LEA, C. RUSSELL 

Sludent Officer 

White Plains, N. Y. Mass. 

Inst, of Tech., Cambridge 

HTA. 




LEAK, VIRGIL T. 

Ensign 
Coconut Grove, Ha Mass. 
IdsI of Te( h Hampton 
Roads Pensacoli Miami, 
Moutchic Fr , St Trojan, 
ir N A No Mi 



LEARNED, N. J. 
Lieut, (j.g.) 
215 E. Church St., Elmira, 
N. Y. M. I. T., RNAS., 
Cranwell, Eng.. Roehamp- 
ton, RAF. Capel, Eng., 
Cape May, N A No 673. 




LEDERER. H. A., Jr. 

Sludent Officer 
1921 Eutaw Place, Ralti- 
more, Md. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., Cambridge. HTA. 



LEEDS, GERALD E. 

Ensign 
68 Main St., Waterville, ,!, I 
Me. School of Aerial Phot- ^J 
ography. Miami. Pensacola, 
Rockaway Beach. 




LEEMING, JOHN, Jr. 
Ensign 
771 York St., Denver, 
Colo. Mass. Inst, of Tecii., 
Miami, Fla. N. A. No. 
1523. HTA. 



LEFFEN, STANFORD 
Ensign 
421 Sergeant Ave., Jopliu, 
Mo. Mass. Inst, of Tech., 
Ray Shore, L. I., Pensacola, 
Fla. N. A. No, 1853. HTA. 




LEGGATT, H. B. 

Ensign 
640 Rroadway, Lowell, 
Mass. Mass. Inst, of Tech., 
Miami, Pensacola, Hamp- 
ton Rds. N. A. No. 1895, 
HTA. 



LEHMAN, T. V. 

Student Officer 
1173 East 114 St., Cleve- 
land, Ohio. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., Cambridge. HTA, 




LEIDIG, DONALD M. 
Ensign 
1730 La Loma Ave., Berke- 
ley, Cal. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., Miami, Pensacola. 
N. A. No. 1822. HTA. 



LEISENRING. \VM. J. 

Lieut. (j-(/.) 
1856 Mintwood Place 
WashinBton, D. C. Mass 
Inst, of Tech., Bay Shore 
Key West, Cape May. N, 
A. No. 451. HTA. 



LESLIE, CONRAD C. 
Ensign 
1411 N. 16lh St., PhUa- 
delphia. Pa. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., Key West, Miami, 
Pensacola, Fla. N. A. No. 
1662. HTA. 



LESLIE, ARNETT W. 
Ensign 
2124 Fremont Ave.. So- 
Minneapolis, Minn. Mass- 
last, of Tech., Greal Lakes, 
Pensacola, Washinf^lou, D. 
C. 





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LEWIS, PAUL SAXTON 

Student Officer 
55 East Mitchell St., At- 
lanta, Ga. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech. in A. 



LEWIS. P. F. 

Ensign 

754 Hackett Ave.. Mil- 
waukee, Wisconsin. Mass. 
Inst, of Tech., Pensacola, 
Rockaway, Akron. N. A. 
No. 1474. LTA. 



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LEWIS, RALPH 

Lieut, ij.g.) 
3:i02 North 16th St., Phil- 
adelphia, Pa. M. I. T., 
Pensarola, St. In{,'levert, 
Montchic, Killingholme. N. 
A. No. 252. 



LEWIS, R. R., Jr. 

Ensign 
Frederick, Md. Mass. Inst, 
of Tech., Key West. Miami. 
Pensacola. N. A. No. 1948. 
HTA. 




LIBBY, LEWIE E. 

Ensign 
637 Central Ave., East 
Orange. N. J. Mass. Inst, 
of Tech., Miarai, Pensa- 
cola. N. A. No. 2208. 
HTA. 



LIDE, B. M., Jr. 

Student Officer 
6102 Washington Ave., St. 
Louis, Mo. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., Cambridge, Miami, 
Fla. HTA. 



LILE, CHARLES T. 

Ensign 
First National Bank, Jack- 
son, Tenn. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., Miami, Pensacola, 
Wash., D. C, Morehead 
City. N. A. No. 1828. HTA. 



LINDERMAN, G. B. 

Ensign 
River Bank, Beverly, N. J. 
Mass. Inst, of Tech., Key 
West, Miami, Pensacola. 
N. A. No. 1799. HTA. 




LINE, CLARENCE S. 

Student Officer 

Westtown, N. Y. Mass. 

Inst, of Tech., Cambridge, 

Akron, Ohio. LTA. 



LINSERT, ERNEST E. 

Student Ofjicer 
124 Goden St., Belmont, 
Mass. Mass. Inst, of Tech., 
Cambridge. LTA. 



LLOYD, F. C. 

^1^ Ens ign 

Menominee, Mich. Colum- 





i / ,'1 bia LIniversily. N'^w 

York, Detroit 



LOGAN. DANIEL N. 
Ensign 
21 Bates St., Washington, 
D. C. Mass. Inst, of Tech., 
Miami, Key West, Pensa- 
cola. N. A. No. 2585. 
HTA. 




LITTLE, GEORGE W. 

Ensign 
Wadesboro, N. C. Mass. 
Inst, of Tech., Key West. 
HTA. 




LOHRKE. O. E., Jr. 

Ensign 
101 Prospect St., East 
Orange. N. J. M. I. T.. 
Pensa.. Moutchic, B osr. 
Dns. RAF., N. B. G. N. 
A. No. ;i48. HTA. 



LITTLE, JAMES A. 

Ensign 
Bramwell, W. Va. Mass. 
Inst, of Tech., Pensacola, 
Miami, Moutchic, Fr., Fro- 
mentine, Fr. N. A. No. 734, 
HTA. 




LOMBARD. RALPH D. 

Ens ign 
76 Magnolia Terrace, 
Springfield, Mass. Mass. 
Inst, of Tech., Akron, Pen- 
sacola. N. A. No. 2659 
LTA. 



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LONG. GEO. R. 
Ensign 
28 N. Head St., Carthage, 
[l| I I I III. Mass. Inst, of Tech., 

Miami, Pensacola, North 
Sydney, Nova Scotia. N. 
A. No. 1123. HTA. 



LONG, LESLIE A. 

Student OJJicer 
127 W. High St., London, 
Ohio. Dunwoody Inst, 
Minn., Seattle, Great Lakes. 



LOOKER, WALTER J. 

Student Officer 
160-4 So. Delaware Ave., 
Mason City, Iowa. Great 
Lakes, Illinois. HTA. 



LOTSPEICH. RALPH E. 

Ensign 
507 Tolnca Ave., Alliance, 
Nebraska. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., Miami, Pensacola, 
N. A. No. 2223. HTA. 



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Assistant Secretary of the Narij Rooserelt in the Car 






LOTT, JOHN M. 
Ensign 
20 Mackay Place, Brook- 
lyn, N. Y. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., Key West, Miami, 
Pensacola. N. A. No. 1187. 
HTA. 



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LOUGHRIDGE, ED. W. LOVE, J. L. LOVITT, JOHN V. 

Ensign Student Officer Student Officer 

17 North Mulberry St., Somerset, Ohio. Seattle, 1311 So. .52nd St., W. 

Mansfield, Ohio. Mass. Washington. HTA. Philadelphia, Pa. Mass. ,, , , 

Inst, of Tech., Akron, Pen- Inst, of Tech., Cambridge. > i i 

sacola. Cape May. N. A. HTA ^t (Y 

No. 1151. LTA. ' " ' 








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LOWMAN. A. M. 

Ensign 
611 Euclid Ave., Elmira. 
N. Y. Mass. Inst, of Tech.. 
Akron, Hampton Roads, 
U. S. S. Nevada. LTA. 



LOY NOLAN H. 
Ensign, 

Lif^onier Ind. Mass. Inst., 
of Tech., Cambridge, Mi- 
ami. N. A. No. 1520. HTA. 




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LUNDGREN, WM. E. 
Ensign 
901 St. Mark's Ave., 
Brooklyn, N. Y. Mass. 
Insl. of Tech., Miami, 
Pensacola. N. A. No. 2t29. 
HTA. 



LUSH, HAROLD 1. 

Ensign 
3705 Texas St., San Diego, 
Cal. Mass. Inst, of Tech., 
Akron, Rockaway, Pelham 
Bay. LTA. 





LYNCIf, JOSEPH B. 

Lifnt. (j.g.) 

■1 Garfield St., Cambri.iKe, 

Mass. M. L T., Key 



West, 
1.519. 



Miami. 
ITA. 



N. A. No. 



LYNN, DAVID E. 
Ensign 
915 Maiioning Ave., 
Youngstown, Ohio. Mass. 
Inst, of Tech., Pensacola, 
Hampton Roads. N. A. 
No. 969. 



LYON, ROBERT F. 
Ensign. 
2U0 ClanMiil<,n Rd., Br.>ok- 
lyn, iN. Y. Bay Shore, 
Key West, Miami, Moiilchic 
Hamploii Mds. N. A. 
No. .507. HTA. 



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Lafleichb, PiimnE, Ensign, Sheridan, W yo. Seallle, 
Wash.; San Dieso. Pensacola. N. A. No. 2:)10. HTA. 

L.^INE, Hahry N., Ensign, 91.3 l^ast Third St., Los 
Angeles. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Pensacola, Hampton 
Roads. HTA. 

Lainc, Fred M., 707 S. Pork Ave., Saginaw, Mich. Mass, 
Inst, of Tech., Pensacola, Fla. 





LUCCOCK, EMORY W. 

Ensign 
1215 Beall Ave., Wooster, 
Ohio. Mass. Inst, of Tech., 
Miami, Fla. N. A. No. 
2051. HTA. 




LUTZ, HOBART F. 
Ensign 
1218 Tenn. St., Lawrence, 
Kansas. .Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., Miami, Pensacola. 
N. A. No. 2254. HTA. 




LYON, MONTAGUE, Jr. 

Student Officer 
5865 Gates Ave., St. Louis, 
Mo. Dunwoody Inst., 
Minn., Miami, Fla. HTA. 



LUDLUM, THEO. T. 
Ensign 
1010 Northampton St., 
Ilolyoke, Mass. Mass. 
List, of Tech., Miami, 
Pensacola. N. A. No. 1722. 
HTA. 




LYNCH, JOHN PAUL 
Student Officer 
11 Woodhine St., Boston, 
Mass. Mass. Inst, of Tech., 
Cambridge. HTA. 




LYON, NORMAN M. 
Ensign 
3842 Reading Rd., Cincin- 
nati, Ohio. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., Akron, Pensacola, 
Hampton Roads. LTA. 

(j.g.), 1202 Westover Ave., 




La]rd, Cecil W'., Lieut. 
Norfolk, Va. N. A. No. 973, 

Latri», J. H.. Dunham, Ensign, 54 New Main St., Haver- 
straw, N. Y. Rockaway, Pensacola, Hampton Rds. LTA 

Lake, .\LBERr G., Ensign, Ilamslead, N. H. N. A. No. 
716. 

Lake, R. V.. Ensign, 2032 Park Road, N. W., Washing- 
ton, 1). C. 

Lali.v, Francis S., Student OlViccr, 53 Olney St., Dor- 
chester, Mass. 

Lamb, Frank, Ensign, 2130 2St;h St., Sacramento, Gal. 
N. A. No. 1671. 

LAMBERTOiV. Lewis M., Studcnt Olficcr, 1327 Liberty 
St., Franklin, Pa. 

LAMHEirrv, John J., Ensign, 331 W. Wilson Ave., Glen- 
dale, Cal. 

Lamkev, Frederick M., War. Machinist. 

Lami'Erti, Francisco A., Student Officer, 8 Court St., 
Staplelon St., New York. 

amplev, Ira T., Student Officer, Eufania, Ala. 





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Landfs, Warwick It., Student, Olficer, Box 713 Beau- 
*nonf, Tex. 

Landon. George, Student Onicpr, 3C12 N. Kedvale Ave., 
Chicago, III. 

Landon, H. R., Ensign, 19 East 5;Jrd St., i\ew York 
City. 

Landhecan, Wm. E., Ensign, 59 Plaza Drive, Bor'^eley. 
-Cal, N. A. No. 1708. 

Lane, Daniel D., Student Officer, 5717 Blackstone Ave., 
■Chicngo, 111. 

Lane, FnANKLrN K., Jr., Lieut, (j.g.), 1866 Wyoming 
Ave., Washington, D. C. 
Lane, Oliver F., Ensign. 

Lang, Bobert M., Student Officer, 47 W. North Ave., 
Atlanta, Ga. 

Langdon, John, Student Officer, 719 5th Ave., New York 
■City. Mass. Inst., of Tech., Dunwoody Inst., Minn. HTA. 

Lange, K. L., Lieut, (j.g.). N. A. No. 548. 

Langford, R., War. Machinist. 

Langley, Lester L., Student Officer, Madbury Road, 
Durham, N. H. Mass. Inst, of Tech. HTA. 

Lassing, Robert li.. Student Oificer, St. Petersburg, 
Fla. Mass. Inst, of Tech. HTA. 

Latimer. Homer H., Student Oificer, Idlewild and W^eb- 
Bter Sts., Dayton, O. 

Latta, Cha.-^., War. Machinist, 610 E. Pike St.. 
Seattle, Wash. 

Lattimore, IIalrert S., Student Officer, 2277 Lipscomb 
St., Fort Worth, Tex., Seattle, Washington; San Diego. 
HTA. 

Lauhhlin, Donald S., Student Officer, 1.36 Park St.. 
Portland, Me. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Miami. HTA. 

Latrence, E. G. G., Lieut, (j.g.), 856 Locust St., Cin- 
-cinnati, O. Mass. Inst, of Tech., BulTalo. 

Laurence, Mortimer, Ensign. 

Laverenis, A-, Ensign. 

La Vie, Richard E., Ensign, Spring Lake, New Jersey, 
Mass. Inst, of Tech., Key West. Miami. Pcnsacola, Mon- 
tauk, Hampton Roads. N. A. No. 1052. HTA. 

Lawler, R. H.. Ensign, 34.5 E. 43rd St., Chicago, III. 
Mass. Inst, of Tech., Great Lakes, Miami, Key West, 
Pensacola. HTA. 

Lawrence. Geo. F., Jr.. Lieut. 0-g-''. 1-^- East JOlh St., 
JVew York City. 

Lawrence, J. B., Ensign, 666 Lincoln Ave., St. Paul, 
Minn. N. A. No. 5B0. 

Lawrence, J. W., Ensign, 1455 North Highland Ave.. 
-Pittsburgh, Pa. Great Lakes, Pensacola. 

Lawrence, Malcolm R., Student Officer, 27 Montgom- 
ery PI., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Lawrence. R. T.. Ensign, 52 Kipp Ave., Rutherford, 
N. J. N. A. No. 1671. 

Lawrence, Walter H., Student Officer, Cameron, 
Tex. Seattle. Washington. HTA. 

Lawson, Edwin M., Ensign, 99 Cambridge St., Winches- 
"ter, Mass. 

Lawson, Joel S., Ensign. 

Layton, David, Student Ofilcer, Oyster Ray, Long 
Island, N. Y. 

Leach, Paul R., Student Officer. 1507 N. Meridian St., 
Indianapolis, Ind. 

Learned. Harold G., Ensign, 5.3 Washington St., 
Meriden, Conn. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Rulfalo, College 
Point, N. Y. 

Learv Nelville, Lieut- (j.g.), 235 E. German St., Bal- 
timore, Md. 

Leavenworth, Edgar C., Ensign, Box 55, Cambridge, 
Mass. 

Lee, Clarence J., W^ar. Machinist, 183 Hunterdon St., 
Newark, N. J. Columbia Univ., Philadelphia, Detroit, 
Pauillac, St. Trojan. 

Lee, Horace J., Ensign, Catholic University, Wash- 
ington, D. C. 

Lee, Lawrence W.. Ensign, Detroit Athletic Club, 
Detroit, Mich. W'ashington, D. C, Fond du Lac. Wise. 
N. A. No. 291. HTA. 

Lee, Lewis IL, Lieut, (i-g.), 5043 Washington Ave., St. 
Louis, Mo. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Pensacola, Killingholme. 
N. A. No. 291. HTA. 

Lee. R. D.. Student Officer, 2215 Main St., Dallas, Tex. 
Mass. Inst, of Tech.. Akron, Ohio. LTA. 

Lee, T. B.. Ensign, 821 West 178lh St., New York City. 
IV. A. No. 697. 

Lee, Walter A., Ensign, Melvern Tex. N. A. No. 2145. 



Leek, Wm. A., Student Officer, 72 Seaman Ave., Ne S 
York, N. Y. 

Leekowttz, Da\id, Student Officer, 687 Preble Ave., 
Pittsburgh, Pa. 

LeGrano, Leon. Student Officer, Colonial Ave., Hotel 
Jamaica, L. I., N. Y. 

Lehan, B. a., Ensign. Taunton, Mass. N. A. No. 277. 

Lehman, Franklin S., Student Officer, Gettysburg, 
Ohio. 

Lefir. Henry S., E 
N. A. No. 2395. 



, Y. I\L C. A., Wilmington, Del. 



Lehrke, O. E., Ensign. 101 Prospect Ave., East Orange, 

N. J. N. A. No. 348. 



N. A. No. 36 f. 
Press, Bingham ton. 



Leisenring, E. B., Lieut, (j.g.) 

Leistner, August, Ensign, 707 
N. Y. N. A. No. 2304. 

Leland, a. F.. Student Officer, 141 Archer Ave., Mt. 
Vernon, N. J. Mass. Inst, of Tech. 

Lem.vnski, John A., Ensign. 

Lennox, Edward H., Student Officer, Psi Upsilon 
House, 4532 18th Ave., N. E., Seattle, Wash. 

Leonard. A. B., Lieut, (j.g.). 2811 St. Paul St., Balti- 
more, Md. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Hamjiton Roads, Wash- 
ington, London, Eng.. Paris, Mout<-hic, Paimbocuf, Key 
West, Fla. 

Leonard. Harry E.. Student (Jfficer, 108 Carnegie 
Ave., East Orange. N. J. 

Leonhard, E. B., Ensign. 

Leonhard, George J., Jr., Student Officer, 324 Bakemer 
St., Marshficld, Wis. 

Leonhard, John T., Student Officer, 310 Paulison 
Ave., Passaic, N. J. Mass. Inst, of Tech. HTA. 

Leppla, W. J,. Student Officer, 1559 Marion St., Denver, 
Colo. 

Leslie, Gavon G., Ensign, 4352 Drexel Blvd., Chicago, 
111. 

Leslie. John L.. Ensign. 306 South 17th St., Allentown, 
Pa. Mass. Inst, of Tech.. Seattle. Wasli. 

Lester. Bohert B.. Lieut, (j.g.). 3400 Campbell St., 
Kansas City, Mo. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Key West, Fla. 
N. A. No. 1473. 

Letzkus, Elmer Anton, Ertsign. N. A. No. 1631. 

Lewis. H. P., Ensign, 233 1st Park Ave., Springfield, 
Mass. N. A. No. 493. N. A. No. 1737. 

Lewis, Harley B., Leiut. (j.g.). 

Lewis, Isaac C, Student Officer, 189 E. Main St., 
Meriden, Couil 

Lewis, James K., Student Officer. 12 S. 13th St., Min- 
neapolis, Minn. 

Lewis. John A., Jr., Student Officer, 1133 8th Ave.. 
Columbus, Ga. 

Lewis, Ltjdwig C, Student Officer. 2127 Spruce St., 
Philadelphia. Pa. Mass. Inst, of Tech. HTA. 

Lewis, Bobt. F., Lieut, (j.g.), 161 Atlantic Ave., 
Swarapscott, Mass. N. A. No. 1474. 

LiBBY. Philip Allan, Ensign, 109 Main St., Gorham, 
Me. Mass. Inst, of Tech.. Miami, Key West, Bay Shore, 
Pensacola. N. A. No. 2443. HTA. 

LiEHR, Harry, Student Officer, 411 North Noble St., 
Indianapolis, Ind. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Cambridge. 
HTA. 

LiFFEN, Stanford, Ensign, 421 Sergeant Ave., Joplin, 
Me. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Bayshore. Pensacola. HTA. 

Light, George E.. Student Officer, 234 King St., 
Stratford, Conn. Mass. Inst, of Tech. HTA. 

Lightneb, Fred E., W^ar. Boatswain. 

Lile, John A., Student Officer. 

LiNDAUER, Albert J., Student Officer, 5722 Michigan 
Ave., Chicago, III. 

Ltndemer, George F., Student Officer, 715 E. Laurel 
St., Syracuse, N. Y. 

LiNDER, John, Jr., Student Officer, York St., Canton, 
Mass. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Pensacola. IITA. 

Lindesmith, 0. R., Student Officer. 

Ensign, 



27 W. 44th St., New York City 
Ensign, 4520 Spruce St., Phila- 



LlNG\RD, E, 
N. A. No. 5 fO. 

Lindsay'. Donald E, 
defphia. Pa. 

Lindsay, Jean C, Ensign. N. A. No. 1848. 
Lindsey, Willis C, Student Officer, Washington. Ga. 
LippMAN. Albert F., Jr., Lieut, (j.g.), 1056 Webster 
Ave., Chicago, 111. 

LippMAN, Harry, War. Boatswain. 



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Litchfield, Allyne C, Easign, 200 Bay State Rd.- 
Boston, Mass. 

Little, Chas. K., Ensign. 

Little, Henry, Jn., Slinlent OtTiccr, 4Q3 Comraon- 
weallh Avo., Boston, Mass. 

Little, John C, Ensign. 

Littleton, C. H. S.. Jr., Ensign, 5.S5 South Grand Ave 
Pasadena, Cal. Ma.ss. Inst, of Teeh.. Akron, Pcnsaeola, 
and Chatham, Mass. N. A. No. IS.S.''). LTA. 

Livingston, J. L., Ensign. 

Livingston, Rich.\rd, Ensign, 540 W. James St., 
Lancaster. Pa. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Miami, Pensacola. 
N. A. No. 2206. HTA. 

Livingstone, S. R.. Lieut, (j.g.), 40 Eliot St., Detroit, 
Mich. Wa,shington, D. C. LTA. 

Lloyd, Edward S., Student Oflicer, .'5620 Gates Ave., 
St. Louis, Mo. 



Mach., 106 Saratoga Ave., 




Lloyd, H. W., Wa 
Yonkers, N. Y. 

Lloyd, J. Hubert B., Student Officer, 221 Clayton St., 
San Francisco, Cal. Univ. of Washington. Seattle. HTA. 

Lloyd. Walter P., Student Officer, 1422 Mass. Ave., 
\yashinglon, D. C. 

Locke, John L.. Student Offirer, 170.5 13th South, 
Seattle. Wash. Seattle. San Diego. Cal. HTA. 

LocKMAN, D. E., Ensign. 

LocKWOOD. J. E.. Ensisn. 38 W. Johnson St., German- 
town, Pliila., Pa. N. A. No. 1230. 

LoER, William P.. Ensign. 528 S. 14th St.. Newcastle. 
Ind. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Miami, and Pensacola. N. A. 
No. 1636. HTA. 

Logan. W. V.. Ensign, 1790 Broadway, New York. 
Great Lakes. III.; Pensacola. Fla. HTA. 

LoHMAN. Frederick W., Student Officer. 158 East 
Market St.. Akron, Ohio. 

LoKKER. Clarence A.. Student Officer. 100 E. 9lh St.. 
Holland. Mich. Dunwoody Inst.. Minn. HTA. 

Long. Carl Herman. Student Officer. 444 Morris 
Ave.. Elizabeth. N. J. 

Long. Herbert J., Student OITicer, 209 E. Jeflerson 
St.. Waverly. Iowa. 

Long. Matt Ransom. Student Officer. Ro.xboro. N. 
Car. Mass. Inst, of Tech. HTA. 

Long. Paul W.. Student Officer. 1435 Sixth Ave.. 
Huntington. W. Va. 

LoOMis. Ralph L.. Ensign. Bedford. Ma.ss. French 
Aviation Schools, Dunkirk, Eastleigh. N. A. No. 578. 
HTA. 

Lord. Walter V.. Student Olficer. 1033 Avon Place. 
South Pasadena. Cal. 

LoBDLY. L. C. Ensign, 308 W. .32d St.. New York City. 

LoRRiMER. RoBT. E.. Eusigu. 71 West Boston Blvd., 
Detroit. Mich. Mass. Inst, of Tech.. Key West and Miami. 
N. A. No. 1.522. HTA. 

Lose. Ralph D.. Ensign. 1217 Oakdale Drive. Ft. Wayne. 
Ind. Mass. Inst, of Tech.. Miami. Pensacola. N, A. 
No. 1721. HTA. 

Louo, Edward C, Ensign. 

Love, Alfred H., Student Officer, 764 Putnam Ave., 
Brooklyn, N. Y. Mass. Inst, of Tech. HTA. 
Love, W. C, Student Oflicer, Fremont. Ohio. 



Lovelace. L. M.. Ensign. 

Lovering. Thomas S., Student OIHcer, 146 f Summit 
Ave., St. Paul, Minn. 

Lovering, W. K., Student Officer, 66 First Ave., Salt 
Lake City. Utah. Seattle. HTA. 

Low, Giles J., Student Officer, 193 Sterling Place, 
Brooklyn. N. Y. 

Lowe. H. B.. Student Officer. 70.5 St. Clair Ave.. Cleve- 
land. Ohio. Mass. Inst, of Tech. HTA. 

Lowe. William B., Student Officer, 1526 Bolton St., 
Baltimore. JVId. 

LuDiNGTON, D. T., Ensign, Clovelly. Ardmore. Pa. N. 
A. No. 2162. 

LuDiNGTON. II. J.. Ensign. Holley, New York. Mass. 
Inst, of Tech.. Key West. Miami. Moutchir. Camp Malp- 
pensa. Northern Bombing Squadron, Italy. N. A. No. 
1455. HTA. 

Ludlow, Geo. H., Lieut, fj.g.), 1203 Forest Ave., 
Evanston, 111. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Pensacola. Lake 
Bolsena. Porto Corsini. Venice. Bay Shore. N. A. No. 342. 
HTA. 

LuFKiN, C. F.. Lieut, (j.g.'l, Care of E. C. Lufkin. Texas 
Co.. N. Y. N. A. No. 129. 

LuKENS. James W., Ensign, Crum Lynne, Pa. N. A. 
No. 2326. 

Lumpkin. R. A., Ensign, 101 Wabash, Ave., Mattoon, 
111. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Akron, Pensacola. N. A. No. 
1865. LTA. 

LuNDiN. Erick E.. Student Officer, 2806 No. Francisco 
Ave.. Chicago, 111. 

LuNT. Dudley C. Ensign, 135 Brac'iett St.. Portland, 
Me. Mass. Inst, of Tech.. Akron and Hampton Roads. 
U. S. S. Arizona. LTA. 

Lyle. Wesley B.. Ensign. Idaho Falls. Idaho. Mass 
Inst, of Tech.. Miami and Pensacola. N. A. No. 1986. 
HTA. 

Lyles, Berry S., Student Officer. 912 Palmetto Bldg,. 
Columbia. S. C. 

Lyman. Carl. Student Officer. 217 East Capitol St., 
Washington, D. C. 

Lyman. W. Clark. Ensign. 118 N. Fourth St.. Easton, 
Pa. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Miami and Pensacola. N. A. 
No. 2135. HTA. 

Lynch. Cecil J.. Student Officer. Lokota. N. D. 

Lynch. H.<rold Vincent. Student Officer. 622 Wesley 
Avenue. Ocean City, N. J. Mass. Inst, of Tech. HTA, 

Lynch. John. Student Officer, 3325 Pecos St., Denver, 
Colo. 

Lynch, John H., Student Officer, 25 Logan St., Lawrence, 

Mass. 

Lynch, Kenneth R.. Ensign. 1236 Sherman St.. Ala- 
meda. Cal. Ma,ss. Inst, of Tech., Miami. Pensacola. N. A. 
No. 2023. HTA. 

Lyon. I. W.. Ensign. Larchmont, N. Y. No. 1155. 

Lyon, Robert G.. Ensign. 10 E. 58th St.. New York. 
N. Y. Mass. Inst, of Tech.. Miami. Pensacola, Norfolk. 
N. A. No. 1860. 

Lyon. Rossmore D.. Lieut, (j.g.). South Road. Pough, 
keepsie, N. Y. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Key West, Pensacola- 
Bay Shore. N. A. No. 968. HTA. 

Lyon, Stuart G.. Student Officer. 80 Jewett Ave., 
Buffalo, N. Y. 

Lyons, John A.. Student Officer, 51 Putnam St., Somer- 
ville, Mass. 



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McBRIDE, GEO. W. 


MoBROOM, EARL H. 


Student Officer 
East Ave.. Brighton Sta., 
Rochester. N. Y. Mass. 
Inst, of Tech.. Key West. 
HTA. 


Ensign 
70.'! 8th St., Laramie. Wyo 
Mass. Inst, ot Tech.. Mi- 
ami. Peiisacola. N. A. No 
2069. JITA. 



McCAIIAN, DAVID 
Ensign 
214 Second St.. Hunting- 
don. Penn. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., Miami. Pensacola. 
N. A. No. 2476. HTA. 



McCANDLESS, D.WID 
Ensign 
4740 Bayard St., Pitts- 
burgh, Pa. -Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., Miami. Pensacola. 
N. A. No. lb6L HTA. 





(C) Underwood <^ Underwood, N. Y. 

Zeppelin Out on Patrol the First Few D.\y.s of the War 




McCELVEY, GEO. EDW. 

Ensign 

Temple, Tex. Mass. Inst, of 

Tech., Key West, Pensa- 




cola. N. A. N 
HTA 



o. 2247. 



McCLELLAND, G. H. 
Ensign 
1470 Arthur Ave.. Lake- 
wood, tthio. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., Pensacola, Miami. 
HTA. 



McClelland, r. l. 

student Officer 
Western Springs, III. Dun- 
woody, Miami. HTA. 



McCORMICK, a. h. 
Ensign 
631 Rush St.. Chicago, 
III. Mass. Inst, of Tech.. 
Pensacola. Queenstown, 

Wexford, Ire. N. A. No. 
895. HTA. 






McCORMICK, C. E. 

Student 0/Jicer 

RFD No. 2 Shephcrdsville, 

Ky. Mass. Inst, of Tech. 

HTA. 



McCORMICK, D. W. 

Student Officer 

220 E. Exchange St., 

Owosso, Mich. Mass. Inst, 

of Tech. LTA. 



McCOWN, TITOS. C. 
Ensign 
Richmond, Ky. Mass. Inst, 
of Tech., Miami, Pensacola, 
Hampton Roads. N. A. No. 
1270. HTA. 



McCOY, FRANK 
Boatswain 
25 S. Pine St., Indiana- 
polis, Ind. Pensacola, 
Camp Sandy, Pensacola. 




McCREA, D. P. 

Ensign 
618 Story St., Boone, Iowa. 
Dunwoody, Miami, Pensa- 
cola. N. A. No. 2596. 
HTA. 




McCREERY. G. W. 

Student Officer 
Fall River, Mass. Mass. 
Inst, of Tech. HTA. 




McDANIEL, RUEL R. 

Ensign 
Slocum, Tex. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., Bay Shore, Miami, 
Key West, Pensacola. N. 
A. No. 2431. HTA. 



McDonald, w. c. f. 

Ensign 
536 W. Jefferson St.. Ft. 
Wayne, Ind. Mass. Inst, 
of Tech., Key West. Pen- 
sacola. N. A. No. 1427. 
HTA. 





McDowell, c. r. 

Ensign 
Buckhorn, Ky. Mass. Inst, 
of Tech., Pensacola, Key 
West. HTA. 



McDowell, j. irving 

student Officer 
166 Eastwood Ave.. Provi- 
dence, R. I. Newport, 
Mass. Inst, of Tech., Bay 
Shore. HTA. 




McDowell, richard 

Ensign 
619 West 175th St.. New 
York Cily. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., Bay Shore, Bruns- 
wick, Gd.. Miami. N. A. 
No. 2060. HTA. 



McEVOY, J. IL, Jr. 
Student Officer 
202 McGowen Ave., Hous- 
ton, Tex. Univ. of \\'ash. 
Seattle, Wash. HTA. 





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McFERREN, WM. 

Student Officer 
Hoopeston, 111. Mass- 

Inst, of Tech., Akron, Pen- 
sacola. LTA. 




McGILL, MAX P. 

Ensign 
Central City. Nebraska. 
Mass. Inst, of Tech., Pen- 
sacola, Miami. N. A. No. 
1146, HTA. 



McGINTY, W. B. 
Ensign 
Lowell, Okla. Mass. Inst, 
of Tech., Key West, Pen- 
sacola. N. A. No. 1724. 
HTA. 



McGOVERN. M. J. 

Ensign 

1535 Penu- St., Denver, 

Colo. Seattle. San Diego. 

HTA. 




McGregor, stuart m. 

Enaign 
Coleman, Tex. Mass. Inst, 
of Tech. , M iami, Pensa- 
cola. N. A. No. 2500. 
HTA. 



McGUIRE 

Ensign 
512 Reveridge St., Car- 
bondale. 111. Mass. In.st. 
of Tech., Akron, Rock- 
away. LTA. 



Ensign 
115 South Davis Si., Santa 
Rosa, Cal. Mass. lost, of 
Tech., Key West, Miami, 
Pensacola. N. A. No. 1357. 
IITA. 



Ensign 
174 Bowdoin St., Spring' 
field, Mass. Akron, Cas- 
tletown, Ire.. Plymouth. 
Eng. LTA. 




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McKAIG. ALVIN W. 

Lieut. (j-</-) 
411 9th St., Ocean City, 
N. J. Mass. Inst, of Tech.. 
Miami, Pensacola, Aua- 
costia, Washington, D. G. 
N. A. No. 1999. HTA. 



McKAY, EARLE D. 

Ensign 
3109 Park Ave., Minneap- 
olis, Minn. Dunwoody, 
San Diego, Pensacola. N. 
A. No. 2268. HTA. 



McKENNA, VIRGIL V. 

Ensign 
Westbury, L. I. Mass. Inst* 
of Tech., Bay Shore, Pen- 
sacola, Philadelphia. N. A. 
No. 1126. HTA. 



McKENZIE, K. C. 

Student Officer 
1414 Watchung Ave., Plain- 
field, N. J. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., Bay Shore. HTA. 





McKENZIE. W. C. 

Ensign 
Banaockburn, S. C. Mass, 
Inst,, ol' Tech., Key West; 
Miami. Pensacola, Hamp- 
ton Hoods. N. A. No, 
1263. IITA. 



McKIM, IIORTON A. 

Ensign 
Box 512 1 onopdh Nov. 
AH'^s lo'^t ol Icth Key 
\N e-)t Miami Pensacola. 
N A No 15>6 HIA 



McKINNEY. \V. P. 

Ensign 
4 Temple Court Apt., Knox- 
ville, Tenn., M.I.T.. Mi- 
Ecni Motitchic. Campain^j; ', 
N. B. G., Malpensa. N. A. 
No 1154. HTA. 



McKINNON, RALPH 

Ensign 

.516 W. 12Mi St., Sioux 
Falls, S. D. Seattle, San 
Diego, Pensarola. N. A. 
No. 2267. IITA. 




Mcknight, h. w. 

Ensign 
218 S. Third St., Fulton, 
N. Y. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., Miami, Pensacola. 
N. A. No. 2455. HTA. 



McKONE, CARL S. 

Sludenl Officer 

15 Center Place, Dubuque, 

Iowa. Mass. Inst, of Tech., 

Miami. IITA. 



McKOVVN, RICHARD E. 

Ensign 
Boolhbay Harbor, Maine. 
Mass. Inst, of Tech., Mi- 
ami, Pensacola. HTA. 



McLaughlin, guy 

Lieut, (j.g.) 
Lynchburg, Virginia. Pen- 
sacola, San Diego. N. A. 
No. 90. HTA. 




McLELLAN, C. A. 
Ensign 
42 Massasoit St., Matta- 
pan. Boston, Mass. Mass. 
Inst, of Tech., Hampton 
Roads, Pensacola, Bay 
Shore, N. A. 492. HTA. 



McMAHON, A. W. 

Ensign 
112 '2 Whitney Avenue, 
Hampden, Conn. Mass 
Inst, of Tech., Miami, 
Pensacola, Key West. N, 
A. No. 2289. HTA. 



McMASTER. JOHN D. 

Ensign 
39 BenLley Ave., Jersey 
City, N. J. Miami, New 
York. HTA. 



McMURHAIN, S. [i. 

Ensign 

Cusseta, Ga. Cazaux, Fr. 

Moulchic, Fr.. Pensacola. 

A. N;.. 266:J. HTA. 




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Ensign 
1315 East 1271h St., Brook- 
lyn. N. Y. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., Bay Shore, Hampton 
Roads, Pensarola. N. A 
No. 1699. HTA. 



Ensign 
Lakemont, N. Y. M. I. T., 
Key West, Miami, Pensa- 
cola. Coco Solo, Washing 
ton, Akron. N. A. No. 17 17 
LTA., JITA. 



Ensign 
.5.5 Jersey St., San Fran- 
cisco, Cal. Seattle, Wash., 
Key West, Miami, Pensa- 
cola. N. A. No. 2139. 
HTA. 



Lieut, (j.g.) 
11 Liherly St., Barre, 
Aermijnl. \I. 1. T.. Pcnsa., 
Ft. Worlh. Kil 
Dnndee. IN. ,\. No. 275 
HTA. 




MACDONALD, GEO. R. 

Ensign 
17 Copen St., Dorchester. 
Mass. Mass. Inst, of Tech., 
Bay Shore, Pensacoia, 
Hampton Roads. IS.A. JNo. 
1791. HTA. 



MACDONALD, G. G. 
Ensign 
665A 3<llh St., Oakland. 
Cal. Mass. Inst, of Tech., 
Akron, Hampton Roads, 
Pensacoia. JN. A. No. 2478. 
LTA. 



MACK, JULIAN J. 
Ensign 
16f, W. Thompkins St., 
Galeshiir^, III., Ounwoody, 
Miami, Key West, Pensa- 
coia. N. A. No. 2361. HT\. 



MACKENZIE, H. L. 
Sindenl Officer 
Hopkinton, Mass. Mass. 
Inst, of Tech. HTA. 




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MACME, JULIAN J. 
Ensign 

2537 Hearst Ave., Berke- 
ley. Cal. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., Key West, Miami. 
Pensacola. N. A. No. 
1374. IITA. 



MACMEEKIN. D. W. 

Sludcnl Officer 
302 So. 28lh St., Lincoln, 
Neb. Dunwoody, Miami 
Key West. 



MACNEIL, CriAS. 

Enaiyn 

RED. No. 162, Mnnln Park, 
Cal. Seattle, San Diego. 



Pensacola 
HTA. 



N. A. No. 2327. 



MACY. E. DWIGHT 

Ensign 

Lynnville. Jasper Co., Iowa. 
Mass. Inst, of Tech., Key 
West. N. A. No. 1693. 
HTA. 




MADIGAN. JOHN W. 
Ens ign 
15 Clark's Hill Ave., Slam- 
ford, Conn. Mass- Inst, 
of Tech., Bay Shore, Pen- 
sacola, London, Eng. N. A. 
No. 1259. HTA. 



MAGEE, WM. A., Jr. 

Ensign 
5 Montgomery St., San 
Francisco, Cal. Mass. Inst, 
of Tech., San Pedro, San 
Diego. Pensacola. N. A. 
No. 1399. HTA. 



MAGENNIS, FRANK T. 

Ensign 
79 Atlas St., Akron. Ohio. 
Mass. Inst, of Tech., Akron, 
Pensacola, Coco Solo. LTA. 




MAGUIRE, J. RUSSELL 

Student Officer 
188 Hohart St., Meriden, 
Conn. Mass. Inst, of Tech., 
Pensacola. HTA. 




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MAGUIRE. LEO J., Jr. 

Student Officer 
3105 S. Figueroa St., Los 
Angeles, Cal. M. I. T., Mi- 
ami, Cape May, Pelham, 
New London. HTA. 



MAIIONEY. JOHN J., Jr. 

Ensign 
2654 Washington St., Rox- 
bury, Mass. Mass. Inst, 
of Tech., Miami, Key West, 
Pensacola. N, A. No. 2634. 
HTA. 



MAINA, WM. V. 

Student Of/icer 
6711 Parnell Ave., Chica- 
go, III. Dnnwoody, Minn., 
Great Lakes, Seattle. HTA. 



MALCOMSON, GEO. W. 

Ensign 
116 La Salle, Bonlevard, 
Delroit, Mich. Mass. Inst, 
of Tech., Key West, Miami, 
Pensacola. N. A. No. 2031. 
IITA. 




MALLORY. N. W. 
Ensign 
718 Cherry St., Santa 
Rosa, Cal. Seattle, San 
Diego, Cal., Pensacola. N. 
A. iNo. 2084. HTA. 



MANCHESTEM, H. L. 

Ensign 
133 North Main St., Attle- 
boro, Mass. Mass. Inst, 
of Tech.. Miami, Pensa- 
cola. N. A. No. 2137. HTA. 



MANN, WILLIAM 
Ensign 
455 Fort Washington Ave., 
New York City. School of 
Aerial Photography, Mi- 
ami. Navy Yard, Phila., 
, Aoacostia. 



MANN, YULEE W. 

Lieut. (J.g.) 
Pensacola. Fla. Mass. Inst, 
ol Tech., Washington, D. C. 




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MARBURY. LEOINARD 

Ens iff n 
1208 15th Sr., Washington, 
n. C. M. I.T, Hamp. Rds., 
Key West, Miami, Pensa., 
Moorehead Ciry, Ananosiia. 
N. A. No. 1232. irrA. 



MARIS, ARTHUR S. 
En sign 
99 \V. Lacrosse Ave.. Lans- 
downe. Penn. Seattle, 

San Die^'O, Pcnsacola. N.A. 
No. 2;il8. IITA. 



MARKLE, GEO. R., Jr. 

Ensign 
Hazieton, Pa. Mass. Inst, 
of Tech. (Instructor), U. of 
Wash., SeaLtle (Instructor). 



MARKS. ROREHT W. 

iilii'Jvnt Oflicer 
Medina Road, Akron, Ohio, 
-Mass. Insl. of Tech., Caro- 
bridge. LTA. 




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J'is-iting Blimp from Key West 





MARKTIIALER, A. F. 

Ensign 
222 Rahway Ave., Eliza- 
beth, N. J. Mass. Insl. of 
Tech., Key West, Miami, 
Pensacola. N. A. No. 1973. 
HTA. 



MARLEY, JOHN S. 
Alachinist 
33 East 53rd St.. Country 
Club DisL, Kansas City, 
Missouri. Columbia Univ., 
Great Lakes. 



MARONEY, HUGH W\ 
Ensign 
502 West St., Stillwater. 
Okla. Dunwoody. Miami, 
Key West, Pensacola. N. 
A. No. 2525. HTA. 



MARRINELLI, VICTOR F. 
Ensign 
216 Maryland Ave.. N. E.» 
Washington, D. C. iMass. 
Inst, of Tech., Miami, Pen- 
sacola, Key West. N. A. 
No. 1223. HTA. 



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MARSnALI,, L. P 

Lieut, (j.g.) 
71 Summer St., Everett 
Mass. Mass. Inst, of Tech. 
Bay Shore, Pensacola. N 
A. No. 915. 



MARSHALL, R. B. 
Lieut, (j.g.) 
1519 Shady Ave., Pitts- 
hur!,'h, !'a. M. L T., Moii- 
lauk, Hoekaway. C. M.iy, 
I lamp. Rds., Akron, Key 
West. N. A. No. 2605. LTA. 



MARTIN, CIIAS. 11. 
Student Officer 
920 E. Oak St., New Al- 
bany, Ind. Dunwoody, 
Miami, Key West. HTA. 



MARTIN, EDWARD 
Lieut. (J.g.} 
17 Adriance Ave., Pough- 
keepsie, N. Y. Mass. Inst, 
of Tech., Pensacola, Mon- 
tauk, Hampton Roads. 
N. A. No. 6W. HTA. 




HORACE C 

Ensign 
1572 Mass. Ave., Cam- 
bridge, Mass. Mass. Inst 
of Tech., Key West, Miami 
Pensacola. N. A. No. 1144, 
HTA. 



MARTIN, LEROY V., Jr. 

Ensign 
1010 Tenth St., Miami, 
Fla Mass Inst of Tech 
Mnmi Key West, Pen- 
sa. oil N A No 2562 
HI\ 



MARTIN, R. M. 
Student Officer 
212 Alamosa Ave., San 
Antonio, Tex. Seattle, 

Wash. HTA. 



MARTIN, ROBERT R. 

Student Officer 
.31 Prospect Ave., Larch- 
mont, N. Y. Seattle 
Wa~h. HTA. 




MARTIN, M. SCOVKLL 

Ensign 
.32 Lincoln St., Glen Ridge, 
N. J. Mass Inst, of Tech., 
Bay Shore, Pensacola, 
Squadron 6. HTA. 



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MARTIN. W. 11. 

En a ign 
Laurens, S. C. Mass. Inst. 
ol'Tech., Miami. Key West, 
Pensacola. HTA. 



MASON. GKORGE S. 

Student Officer 

119 Terapie Si., Fredonia, 

N. Y. Mass. Inst, of Tech., 

Miami. HTA. 



MATHERS, JOHN L. 
Student Officer 
122 West Hemlock St., 
Hazleton, Pa. Mass. Inst 
of Tech., Miami. HTA. 








MERRITT, ROSWELL A. 

Ensign 
403 OrariKe St., Macon, Ga. 
Mass. Inst, of Tech., Key 
West, Miami, Pensacola. 
N. A. No. 2012. HTA. 



MERSHON, EDW. J. 
Ensign 
27 Spring St., Bro^kport 
N. Y. Mass. Inst, of Tech. 
Key West, Miami. Pensa- 
cola. N. A. No. 1184. HTA 



MERTZ, M. HAWLEY 

Ensign 

219 West H. St., Ontario. 

Cal. Seattle, San Diefro, 

Pensacola. N. A. No. 2.396. 

HTA. 



MEbhH\E\. 1.. C. Jr 

Ensign 

3614 Pennsylvania Ave., 

Kansas City. Mo. Mass. 

Insl. of Tech., Key W^est. 

N. A. No. 2020. HTA. 




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MIDWOOD, G. A., Jr. 
Ensign 
W. BarringUm, R. I. MasS- 
Inst. of Tech., Bay Shore, 
Hamplon Roads, Pensa- 
cola, Miami. N. A. No. 
127.5. HTA. 



MILHAM, ALLAN B. 
Student Officer 
831 W. Lovell St., Kalama- 
zoo, Mich. Mass. Inst, of 
Tccii., Great Lakes, Bay 
Shore, Brunswick, Ga., Key 
West. IITA. 





MILLER, E. HOWARD, 

Ensign 
2719 Church Ave., Brook- 
lyn, N. Y. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., Pensaeola, Miami, 
Hampton Roads. N. A. 
No 1425. HTA. 



MILLER, GEORGE C. 
Ensign 

P. O. Box 849, Richmond 
Va. M.I.T.,Pens.,Paui]lac, 
Moutchic, Bay Sh., Hamp. 
Rds., Morehead City.N. A. 
No. 893. LTA. 




MILLER, ODVER II. 

Student Officer 
1739 P St., N. W., Wash- 
ington, D. C. Mass. Inst, 
of Tech., Great Lakes, 
Pensaeola, Miami. HTA. 



MILLER. R. L. 
StutJent OJficer 
21 East Market St., Ind- 
ianapolis, Ind. Ounwoody, 
Miami. HTA. 




MILLER, EARL H. 

Lieut, (j.g.) 
1050 23rd St., San Diego, 
Cal. M. I. T., Akron, 
Pensa., Hamf)lon Roads, 
Rockaway, Key West. N. 
A. No. 2678. LTA. 



MILLER, GEO. F. 
Ensign 
Eaton Rapids, Mich. Mass- 
Inst. of Tech., Pensaeola, 
Miami. N. A. No. 1517. 
HTA. 



MILLER. J. B. 

En.sii/n 
26 St. Pauls Road, Ard- 
more, Penn. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., Miami, Pensaeola. 
N. A. No. 2655. HTA. 



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MILLER, J. JEFFERSON 

Ensign 
Esplanade Apts., Balti- 
more, Md. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., Mi-ami, Pensaeola. 
N. A. No. 2073. 





MILLER, THOMAS R. 
Student 0£icer 
"4008 Forest Hill A e., 
Richmond, Va. Dunwoody, 
HTA. 



MILLER, VAN ROY 

Lieut, ij.g.) 

3001 East 6th St., Kansas 

City, Mo. Pensaeola. 

HTA. 







MILLER, WM. THOMAS 

Ensign ^ 
Lyons, Mich. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., Key West, Miami, 
Hamp. Rds., Morehead 
City. N A. No. 1231. 
HTA. 



MILLS, M. E. 
Ensign 
Virginia, 111. Mass. Inst, 
of Tech., Great Lakes, 
Miami, Key West, Pensa- 
eola. N. A. No. 2526. HTA. 



MILNE, JAMES. Jr. 

Siwieni Oflicer 
Stony Creek, Conn. Mass. 
Inst, of Tech. HTA. 



MINER, RALPH W. 
Ensign 
East Greenwich, Rhode 
Island. Mass. Inst, or 
Tech., Miami, Key West» 
Pensaeola. N. A. No, 2568^ 
HTA. 





MINER, SPERRY W. 
Ensign 
246 Park St., New Haven, 
Conn. Mass. InsI,. oi'Tech., 
Bay Shore, Pensacola. N 
A. No. 1698. IITA. 



MITCHEL, ELMER L. 

Lieut, (j.g.) 

166 Devonshire St., Roston, 

Mass. Mass. Inst, of Tech. 

Pensacola. 



MITCHELL, HAROLD L. 

Ensign 
RFD. No. 1, So. Portland, 
Me. Columbia University, 
Hampton Roafis, Detroit, 
Anacostia, D. C. 



MITCHELL. HUCII A. 

Ensign 
6 College St., Brunswick, 
Me. Mass. Inst, of Tech., 
Akron, Rockaway, Pensa- 
cola. LTA. 



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MITCHELL, WM. H. 

Ensign 
229 Lake Shore Drive, 
Chicago, III. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., Miami, Key West, 
Great Lakes. N. A. No. 
1475. HTA. 



MIX. DONALD G. 

Ensign 
1 Kensington Hts., Wor- 
cester, Mass. Mass. Inst, 
of Tech.. Miami, Pensa- 
cola. N. A. No. 2493. HTA. 



MODISETTE, R. M. 
Lieut, (j.g.) 
Salem, Ohio. Great Lakes, 
Anacostia, Hampton Rds., 
Pensacola, Great Lakes. 
HTA. 



MOLLER, JOHN P. 
Ensign 
4505 Woodland Park Ave. 
Seattle, Wash. Mass. Inst, 
of Tech., Seattle, Miami, 
Pensacofu. N. A. No. 2077. 
HTA. 



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MOiNAGHAN. JOHN A. 

Ensign 
44 Ayers St., Waterbury, 
Conn. M. I. T., Kay Shorp, 
Key Wesl., Miami, Pensa- 
cola. Hampton Hds. N. A. 
No. 193B. HTA. 



MONTEITH, M 

En s i'jn 
Belton, Tex. Great Lake; 
Pensacola. 



MONTGOMERY, A. M. 

Ensign 
801 West End Ave., New 
York Cily. Mass. Inst,, of 
Tech., Bay Shore, Pensa- 
cola, Cape May. N. A. 
No. 1406. HTA. 



MONTGOMERY, 

Lieut. (J.g.) 
41 Midland Ave., Arling- 
ton, N. J. M. I. T., Akron, 
Cape May, Rockaway, 
Hampton Rds., Coco Solo, 
Key West. LTA. 




MONTGOMERY, J. K. 

Ensign 
Marion, S. C. Mass. Inst. 
oi'Tech., Pensacola, Miami, 
Hampton Roads. N.A. No. 



665 



HTA. 




MOODY, JUDD W. 
Ens ign 
Lowell, Ark. Mass. Inst, 
of Tech., Pensacola, Mi- 
ami, Autinpues, Moutchic, 



Killinj-'holme, 
940. HTA. 



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MOONEY, W. M. 

Ensign 
141 Water St., Paterson, 
N. J. Mass. Inst, of Tech., 
Ray Shore, Pensacola. N. 
A.. No. 2214. HTA. 



MOORE, A. K. P. 
Ensign 
212 Walnut St., Montclair, 
N. J. Mass. Inst, of Tech. 
Inspector of Eng. Material 
Rrooklyn Aeronautic Dis 
trict. 




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MOORK, F. W. 

Sludent Officer 

502 W. 13lh St., Austin, 

Tex. Ma.ss. Inst, ot" Tech., 

Miami. HTA. 



MI.XJHE, HARRY C. 
Ensifjn 
1707 Atlantic Ave., Atlan- 
tic Cily, N. J. Key West., 
M. I. T., Miami, Pensacola. 
N. A. No. 2081. UTA. 



MOORE, J. BALLARD 

Lieut, ij.c.) 
Wash. Loan & Trust BIdg., 
Washington, D. C. Mass. 
Inst, of Tech., Operations 

Aviation, Washington, D. 

C. N. A. 



MOORE, WM. B., Jr. 

Gunner 

.3028 llilligas Ave., Berke- 
ley, Cal. U. S. S. Wuichesler, 
S. P. 150, Miami, Pensa- 
cola. Taliaferro Field, 
Camp ,Saufley. HTA. 




MOORE. WM. P. 
Ens inn 
5 Fairview Circle, Birming- 
ham, Ala. ,SeattIe, San 
Diego, Pensacola. N. A. 
No. 23«. HTA. 



MORFORD, JAMES R. 

Ensitin 
528 EasI 10th St., Wihning- 
ton, Delaware. M. I. T., 
Pensacola, Miami. Moul- 
chic, L'Aher Vrach, Hamp. 
Rds. N. A. No. 730. HTA. 



MORGAN, BOWMAN S. 

Machinist 
Wilton, N. II. Columbia 
Univ., Squantum, Norfolk, 
Detroit. 



MORGAN, J. L. 

Mtictiinist 

5122 Camac St., Phila., 

Pa. Paaillac, Fr., Trom- 



pulete, Fr 
Ire. HTA. 



Queeiistown, 




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MORSE, RICHARD A. 

Student Officer 
34 Russell Streel., Millon, 
Mass. Mass. Inst, of Tech 
HTA. 



MOSELEY, OEORGE C. 

Lieut, {j.g.) 
160 Prospect Ave.. High- 
Inntl Park. 111. K. Lal.iy- 
elte Escadrillo, Moutchic, 
niii]kirk,2« Fr. S|)ad. Sq. 
N. A. No. 566. 



MOSLEY, A. J. 

Student Officer 

2647 Race St., Denver, 

Colo., Seattle, San Diego. 

HTA. 



MUDGE, WM. F. 
Lieut, (j.g.) 
7 Wedgemer Ave., Win- 
chester, Mass. R. F. C, 
Borden, Can., Bay Sh., 
Pensa.. Milan, Calais, Kil- 
lingholmo. N. A. No. 157. 




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MULLER, CHARLES G. 

Ensign 
68 W. 56th St., New York 
City. Mass. Inst, of Tech., 
Key West, Miami. Pensa- 
cola. N. A. No. 2189. HTA. 




MURPHY. JOHN LEWIS 

Ensign 
41 Woodward St., South 
Boston, Mass. M. 1. T., 
Hampton Rds., Pensacola, 
Fleet Air Detach. N. A. 
No- 26'l. HTA. 



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MURRAY, ARTHUR B. 

Student Officer 
1110 Nott St., Schenec- 
tady, New York. Mass. 
Inst, of Tech., Miami. 
HTA. 



MUNHALL, ALFRED N. 

Ensign 
2424 Farmers Bank Bldg., 
Pittsburgh, Pa. Mass. Inst, 
of Tech., Bay Shore. Pen- 
sacla. N. A. No. 1593. 
HTA. 



MURPHY, C. B. 

Student Officer 

Hillsboro Hotel, Tampa, 

Fla. Dunwoody Institute, 

Minneapolis. 



MURPHY, DUDLEY B. 

Ensign 
Fallen Road, Lexington, 
Mass. Squantura, Hamp- 
ton Roads, KiUingholme, 
Eng., East Fortune, Scot- 
land. N. A. No. 201. HTA. 




MURPHY JOHN D. 

Ensign 
Norwich, Conn. M. I. T., 
Newjiort, Key West, Miami, 
]*ensa., Moutchic. Fr., lie 
Tudy, Fr.. Bav Sh . Hock- 
away. N. A. No. ] 122. HTA 



MUKPHY, IHOMAS H. 

Lieut, (j.g.) 
9 Conant St., Province- 
town, Mass. Pensacola, 
KiUingholme, R. A. F. 
Fortune, Hamplon Rds., 
Washington. N. A. No. 51. 



MURPHY, WM. A. 
Ensign 
372 Dudley St., Roxbury, 
Mass. Mass. Inst, of Tech., 
Key West, Miami, Pensa- 
cola, Cape May. N. A. No. 
965. Hl'A. 





MURRAY, HAROLD J. 

Ensign 
37 May Ave., Brockton, 
Mass. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., Miami, Pensacola. 
N. A. No. 2037. HTA. 



MURRELL, JESSE L. 

Student Officer 

Champaign, 111. Mass. 

Inst, of Tech., Miami. 

HTA. 



MURTOUGH, JAMES F. 

Ensign 
Chatsworlh, 111. Dun- 

woody, Miami, Key West, 
Pensacola. N. A. No. 2409. 





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McAdoo, noBT. TI.. Ensign, i:il2 ]6lh Si., Washington, 
D,C.«N. A.No. 19.5,5. 

McAdoo, Walter C, Stndent OfTicer, The Kcnpsaw 
Apt., 16th and Irving Sts., Washington, D. C. Dnnwoody 
Inst., Minn. HTA. 

McAdoo, Wm. G., Jr., Ensign, 121,3 161 li St., Wasliing- 
lon, D.l^C. No. 2.)6. 

McAi.EXANDER, (>. G.. Lion I . (.j-g.), 1 (J62 Lamar Ave.- 
Memphis, 'IVnn. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Pensacola, Fla. 
N. A. No. 662. 

McAllistkb, Albert T., Stndcnl Offir:cr, Seminole Ave., 
Chestnut Hill. Philadelphia. 

McAnaw, Frank L. J., Ensign, Knights of Columbus 
ridg.. Ft. Sill, Okla. 

McAtee, J. J., Lieut, (j.g.), :i:i61 Ml. Pleasant St., 
Washington, D. C Washington, Rockaway, Chatham, 
Miami, Pensacola, Ray Shore. 

McBride, D. F., Student OlFicer, 2 Oswego St., Utiea, 
N. Y. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Pelham Bay. I ITA. 

McCahill, Eugene P., Student Otfieer, Georgetown 
University, Washington, D. C. 

McCall, James L., Student OfTicer, 6029 Freret St., 
New Orleans, La. 

McCalltjm, Stephen D., Student GITieer, 6012 Kings- 
bury Blvd,, St. Louis, Mo. 

McCann, R. ir.. Ensign, 100 E. Washington Lane, Ger- 
mantown. Pa. N. A. No. 147. 

MoCarl, Donald E., Student Omeer, 729 N, 12th 
St., Quiney, 111, 

McCarthy, A. L., War.Mach., i:i40 Theriot Ave., Bronx, 
N. Y. N. A. iNo. 1M5. 

McCarthy, Chas. F., Ensign, 1045 E. 19th Ave., Den- 
ver, Colo. N. A. No. 1781. 

McCarthy, G. H., Ensign. 

McCarthy, Jerry R., Student OfTicer, 70 Park Ave., 
Detroit, Mich, 

McCarthy, L. A., Ensign, 2214 Blaisdell Ave., Minne- 
apolis, Minn. No. 1145. 

McCarthy, W.m, V., Student Officer, 56 High St.. 
Springfield, Mass. 

McCaijley, J. E., Student Officer, 11 Tremont Ave., 
Soraerville, Mass. 

McCausland, John W., Ensign, 7:1J0 Princeton .\ve., 
Chicago, 111. 

McChesney, M. N., Lieut, O'.S-)- N. A. No. 1069. 

McClatchv. John B., Student Officer, Marion, Pa. 

McClelland, Dougl.vss, Student Officer, 510 West 
llSlh St., New York City. 

McClelland, James E., Student Otricer, Springfield, Ey. 

McClintock, E. K., Ensign, 1,301 Lincoln Ave., Tyrone, 
Pa. Mass. Inst- of Tech., Akron, Pensacola, Rockaway 
Beach. N. A. No, 1220. LTA, 

McClintock, Jack R., En.sign, 1511 Lyle Si., Waco, 
Tex. N. A. No, 1»36. 

McClintock, Jame.s L, Student Ollieer, 725 Harrison 
Ave., Canon City, Colo. 

McClung, Harriso;v T., Student Officer, 703 Grand 
Ave., St. Paul, Minn. 

McClure, John T.. Student Officer. 

McClure, T. H., Ensign, 31 W. 4 1lh St., New York 
City. Alass. Inst, of Tech., Akron, Norfolk; Brest, Cam- 
brai, Fr. LTA. 



McColm, Donald B., Stndent Officer, 1270 Bryden Rd., 
Columbus, Ohio. 

-McCoMB, High L., Ensign. Care of Dayton Eng. 
Lab., Dayton, Ohio. 

McCoNNELL, Hugh, Ensign, 8 Bigelow St., Cambridge, 
Mass. 

McCoNNELL, RoBT. K.. Eiisign, 61 Cre^cent St , North- 
ampton, Mass- N. .\. No. 1372. 

-McCoNNELL, RoBT. P., Eiislgii, Mokeluiune Hill, Cal. 

McCoNNEL, SiMiiELS Y., Sludenl Officer, 1314 Mass, 
Ave., Washington, D. C. 

McCoNNELL, Sti:\rt, Sludent Officer, 913 President 
St., Brooklyn, N. Y. Mass. Inst, of Tech. HTA, 

McCoRMACK, Jame.s St.vnley, EnsigH, 58 Becchwood 
Terrace, Yonkers, N. Y. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Rlue Hill 
Obser\'alory. Norfolk, Va., Committee on Exiierimenlai 

Power. irr,\. 

iMcCcHi.M VCK, BoBT. J.. Eiisigu, Waterbury, Conn. 

McCoRMirK, Cms. B., Student Olficcr, 306 9th St., 
N. W., Washington, !>. C. 

McCoRMicK, IIerbebt H., Sliideiit ()lfieer, 180 Center 
St., S. Manchester, Conn. 

McCoRMicK, J. S. F., Ensign, 827 Washinglon Road, 
Pitlshnrgh, Pa. Mass. Insl. of Tech.. Akron, Pensacola. 
Paimb-.c-uf, Fr.; Cape -May, N. J.; Pauillac, Fr. N. A, No. 
66 f. LTA. 

McCoRMiCK, O. L., Sludent Officer, Baphine, Va, 
Dnnwoody Inst., Minn. HT,\. 

McCoBMicK, W\LTER W., Student Officer, Dnpont 
Fabrikoid Co., Wilmington, Del. 

McCosKER. Da\e, Ensign, The Measuregraph Co., St. 
Lonis, Mo. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Great Lakes. 

McCracken, Thos. E.. Lieut- (j-g-), 642 Lafayette -\ve-, 
Brooklyn, N Y- 

McCrackex, E. P-, Ensign, 135 W. 92d St., New York 
City. 

McCraw, Nelson S., Student Officer, 247 Eagle St., 
North -\dams, Mass. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Dunwoody 
Inst., Minn. HTA. 

McCbeary, W, C, Ensign, 704 W. Main St., MarshaU- 
town, la. 

McCruden, Donald B., Sludent Officer, 157 E. Main 
St., Westtield, N. Y. 

McCulloch. John W., Ensign. N. A. No. 1637. 

McCuLLOCH, Wm. R., Student Officer, 419 Park Ave., 
N. Y. 

McDaniel, Thos. IL, Student Officer, FloresvilJe, Tex- 

McDaniel,TomW., Student Officer, 1 1 W. North .\ve., 
Atlanta, Ga. 

McDermott, D. I., War. Machinist, 634 Chelton Ave., 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

McDermott. M. J.. Ensign, 547 E. Ciielton -\ve-, Phila- 
delphia, Pa- N- A. No- 702- 

McDonald, Harold Bowland, Ensign, 1552 L St., 
Fresno, Cal- Mass. Inst- of Tech., Wingfoot Lake and 
Rockaway Beach, L. I. 

McDoNVLD. H,vv\\.\RD C, Studcnt Officer, 2624 Haste 
St., Berkely, Cal. 

McDonald, Bobt. T-, Stndent Officer 602 Monroe St., 
Ann -\rbor, Mich- 

McDonnell, E. C-, Lieut- (js)- 



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McDonnell, F. R., Lieul. fj.g.). 1 130 Park Ave., Balli- 
more, Md. 

McDonnell, Palil A., Sludent Ollicor, 601 Lennox St., 
Ualtimore, Md. 



McDowell, C, S.. War. Machinist, 32 
Can Ion. Ohio. 



Market Norlh, 



McDowell, Richard, Eusi^ni, 619 W. 17.'S St., New York 
City. N. A. No. 2060. 

McElligott, Edmund W.. Student Ollicer, 1009 Univer- 
sity Ave., S. E.. Minneapolis, Minn. 

McEndy. J. F., Lieut. (J-k-), 122 E .16th Si., New York 
City. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Key West, Mimai. N. A. 
No. 1.51S. HTA. 

McEwEN, W'm. Robebt, Ensif,'n, .SI Maple Ave.. Wells- 
ville. N. Y. Mass. Inst, of Tech.; Seattle. Wash.; San 
Diego, Cal. HTA. 

McFahland, Andbew L., Student Olficer, Lockwood 
Rasin, E. Roston. Mass. 

McFarlin, Chas. Kirk, Lieut,, fj.?.). 170 Glenwood 
Ave.. East Orange, N. J. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Oueens- 
town, U. S. Headquarters, London, Eng. HTA. 

McFavden, Jos. H., Student Officer, 350 N. list Ave., 
Omaha. Nebr. 

McFebren, Donald J., Student Otficer, HoopesLon, 
111. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Akron, Pensacola. LTA. 
McGee, Raymond L, War. Gunner. 



McGiNNEs, Edgar A., Ensign, Millinglon, 
Inst, of Tech., Akron, Pensacola. LTA. 

Polk, War. Machinist, 



Md. Mass, 
602 Allison 



McGiNNis, Tho; 
Ave., Roanoke, Va 

McGoLDRicK, Wm. J., War. Machinist, 27 Vernon St., 
Waltham, Mass. 

McGbail, Thos. E., War. Machinist, Ashficld, Mass. 
Pensacola. U. S. S. North Carolina, U. S. S. S?aUle, 
Hampton Roads. ^ a. 

McGbanaghan, Jos. J., Ensign, 73 Park St., Carbondale. 
Pa. N. A. No. 2487. 

McGrath, Francis D., Student Officer. 9 Mapleton St., 
Brighton, Mass. 

McGuNiGAL, Patrick, War. Carp. 

McGuiNNEss, Wm. v.. Student Officer, Calamus Rd., 
Winfield. L. I., N. Y. 

McGuiBE, John B., Lieut, (j.g.), 51 Chambers St., 
N. Y. City. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Bayshore, Pen.sacola. 
N. A. No. 925. LTA. 

McHuGH, M. F., War. Mach., 811 Amsterdam Ave., 
N. Y. City. 

McHugh, Marion L.. Student Officer, 1302 W. Douglas, 
Wichita, Kan. Univ. of Washington, Seattle. 

McIllwraith. John N., Student Officer, 210 N. St., 
Bridgewater, Mass. 

McIlree, Vance E., Student Officer, West. Union, Iowa. 

McIlvan, Greer, Student Officer, Care of Q. Gilvain, 
816 Rerger Rldg., Pittsburgh. Pa. 

McIntire, Donald E., Ensign. 1731 Columbia Rd., 
Washington, D. C. N. A. No. 19-10. 

McIntire, John K., Ensign, 360 West 1st St., Dayton, 
Ohio. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Miami, Pensacola. N. A. 
No. 1796. 

McKain, Jos. N., Student Officer, 19th St., Miami, Fla. 

McKean, E. D., Ensign, N. A. No. 697. 

McKee, Jewel Chester, Student Officer, Athens, La. 
Mass. Inst, of Tech. HTA. 

McKee, R. S., War. Moch. 

McKee, Robt. R., Student Officer, Ringham School, 
Asheville, N. C. 

McKee, Roy J., Ensign, Wycote Rd.. Jcnkinstown, Pa. 

McKellab, E. F., Ensign, 457 W. Delevan Ave., Ruffalo. 
N. V. N. A. No. 861. 

-McKelvy, Lockhart C, I'^nsign. 5901 Fifth Ave., 
Pittsburgh, Pa. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Key West. Miami, 
Pensacola. N. A. No. 1697. HTA. 

McKelway, Alex\nder J., Ensign, 2t)7I Park Rd., 
Washington, D. C. N. A. No. 113.3. 

McKinnon, D. a., Student Olficer. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech. HTA. 

McKinnon, T. N., Ensign, 1101 K. 36th St., Minneapolis, 
Minn. 

McLaren, Archibald, Ensign, Setauket. L. L, N. Y. 

McLaughlin, G. B., Ensign. 51 Creighlon St., Jamaica 
Plain, Mass. 

McLaughlin, Wm., Jr., Student Officer, Hyaltsville, 
Md. 

McLean, Raymond, Ensign, 103 W. Lativale St.. Ralti- 
roore, Md. 



McLea:v, Robt. Jr., Ensign, 103 W. Lanvale St., Balti- 
more, Md. Ma.ss. Inst, of Tech., Akron, Ohio; Rayshore, 
L. I.; Brest, Fr.; Guipavas, France. LTA. 

McLellan, Douglas II., Lieut, (j.g-). 

McLennon, Clyde IL, Lieut. (j-&-)- 

McLeod, J. L., Lieut, (j.ir.), 256 Rrookline St., Cam- 
bridge, Mass; Pauillac, Rordeaux and Rrest, France. HTA. 

McMahon, J. Edward, Ensign, 6935 Stony Island Ave., 
Chicago, 111. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Pensacola, Fla.; 
Aulingues, Campagne, Moutchic, France. N. A. No. 862. 
HTA. 

McManus, J. D., Ensign, 75 Warren Ave.. Marlboro, 
Mass. 

McMaster, Marcenus D., War. Mach., 176 Chestnut 
St., Rochester, N. Y. Pauiilac, Fr.; lie Tudy, Fr. 

McMillan, H. G., Ensign, Edgewood, Mt. Hermon, 
Mass. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Key West, Miami, Pensacola; 
Rockaway Reach, L. I. N. A. No. 1914. HTA. 

McMiLLEN. James A., Student Officer, Care Washington 
University, St. Louis, Mo. Mass. Inst, of Tech. HTA. 

McMuRREY, Jim, Jr., Student Officer, Camilla, Tex.; 
Seattle, Wash.; San Diego, Cal. HTA. 

McNabb, Duncan J., Stu lent Officer, Grosse He, 
Mich. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Akron, O.; Pensacola. LTA. 

McNallv, Edwin M., Lieut, (j.g-), Indianapolis, Ind. 

McNear, Cyril, Student Officer. 

McNeill, Malcom, R., Lieut- (j.g.), Evanslon, III., 
Great Lakes. 

McNulty, Harold, Lieut, (j.g.). Naval Air Station, 
San Diego, Cal. Mass. Inst, of Tech-, Key West, Miami, 
Pensacola; San Diego, Cal. N. A. No. 1653. HTA. 

McNuLTY, John P., Student Officer, Georgetown 
College, Washington, 0. C. 

McPeake, Enoch, War. Mach.. 306 West 111th St., 
New York Cily, Columbia University; Pauillac, Fr.; 
Eastleigh, Eng. 

McPhaul, John J., Ensign, 1223 Irving St., Rrookland. 
D. C. N. A. No. 2065. 

McPherson. H. a.. Student Officer, 806 Florida Ave., 
Tampa, Ha. University of Wash.. Seattle, Wash. HTA. 

McQuicK, Chas. J., Student Officer. 819 Lawrence Ave., 
Chicago, III. 

McQuiSTON, Dale S., Student Officer, 101 E. Center 
St., Paxton, 111.; Dunwoody Inst. Minn.; Great Lakes. 
HTA. 

McQuiSTON, Irving M., Lieut- (j.g.), 91 Taylor St., 
Wallham, Mass. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Bayshore, L. I.; 
Pensacola, Fla. N. A. No. 905. 

McRae, Bruce M., Student Officer, 31 Coligni Ave., 
New Rochelle, N. Y. 

McRae. Donald P., Ensign. 618 Story St., Boone, Iowa. 

McRae, Kenneth M., Student Officer. 

McShane, C. O., Ensign, South Bethlehem, Pa. Mass. 
Inst, of Tech., Pensacola. Fla. 

McVay, Glen A., Student Officer. 

McVay. L. O., Student Officer, Sidney, Ohio. 
Inst, of Tech. HTA. 

M., Ensign, North Wilbraham, 



Mass. 
Mass. 

23 Pleasant St., 



4^.^ 



r-W. 



Macauley, D. 
N. A. No. 201. 

MacC.\rt, Kavmond D-, Ensign, 
DorchesLer, .Mass. 

MacCartney, J. G. M., Student Officer, 1817 13lh St., 
Altoona, l>a. Mass. Inst, of Tech. HTA. 

MacCoull. Neil, War. Mach., .537 W. 121st St., 
New York City. 

MacCoy, W. Lohan. Ensi^'n, Overbrook, Pa., Great 
Lakes, 111.; Pensacola. 

M.\cDoNALn, Lowell, Student Officer, George Smith 
Hall, C:!2 Cainliridge, Mass. 

MacDougall, Chas. B., Ensign 1420 24th Ave., S. 
Seattle, Wash. 

MacElwee, a. T., Ensign, 36 Sawyer St., Portland, Me. 

M.^cEmery, J. E., Ensign, 2,59 E. 176 St., New York 
Cily. Mass. Inst, ol Tech., New York: Charleston, 
Pensacola, Miami, Key West. HTA. 

MacFahlane. Jamf-^s W., Student Officer, S. P., 965 New 
Casllc, Del. 

MacGrecor, Frederick N., Student Officer, 661 S. 
Barkesdale St., Memphis, Tenn- 

MacIveh, J., War. Mach., Pasadena, Cal. 

Mack, Harry J., Student Officer, 501 Walker St., 
St. Johns, Mich. Mass. Inst, of Tech. HTA. 

MacKavley, Wallace, Student Officer, 456 Mt. Hope 
Ave., Rochester, N. Y. 




MacKav, Donald C, Sluflent Ollicnr, 7100 Yale Ave , 
Chicago, 111. 

Mackenzie, Kenneth C, Studmit Officer, 1411 Wat- 
chung Ave., Plainfield. N. J. 

MacLean, a. D., Stu.lcnt Officer, 1209 K. Main .St., 
New Albany, Inrliana. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Key West, 
Kin. HTA. 

MacLean. I,. A., Student Officer, 10.12 Bella Vista Ave., 
Oakland. Cal. Seattle, Wash.; San Diego. HTA. 

MacMillan, Donald B., Ensign, Frceport, Me. 

MacMillan, Kenneth D., Ensign, Pittston, Pa. 

MacMillan, Roy W., W.-ir. Boatswain. 

MacMiibray, Donald .M., Studr'nt Offi<:cr, 2011 Pine 
Grove Ave., Chicago, 111. 

Macrae, Stepiirn R., Student Olli(-er, 1828 Columbia 
Hd., Washington, D. C. 

Maciiudy, Harold, Student Officer, Marion, 111. Mass. 
Inst, of Tech., Miami. HTA. 

Macwitty, Fhapvk L., Student Officer, 2r>\ Cleveland 
Ave., Hasbrouck Heights, N. J. 

Madden, Matt J., Student Officer, Morrisfilain.'^, N. J, 
Mass. Inst, of Tech. Newport, R. I.; New Bedford, Mass. 
HTA. 

Madison, H. A., Ensign, :i81.5 Bales St., Pittsburgh, Pa. 
N. A. No. .316. 

Magee, William L., .Student Olliccr, 11.^ Broadway, 
Taunton, Mass. 



2104 Broadway. San 



Maginnes, WiLiLAM D., Eusign, Sharon, .Ma 



Ma 



Inst, of Tech., Miami, Pensacola^ N. A. No. 2004. HTA. 

Macoun, Frederick II., Ensign, 14 Bailey St., liath. 
Maine. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Hamijlon Roads, Pcnsacola, 
Miami. N. A. No. .528. HTA. 

MAGRtiMM, Harry A., Student Officer, Josei.h. OreL'on. 
Seattle, Wash. HTA. 

Magiiire, Raymer F., Student Officer, .■)!') Duv;il St., 
Key West, Fla. 

Mahonky, Daniel F., I'^nsign. rieorgeI<jwn Univ., 
Washington, D. C. N. A. No. l:!4ll. 

Mahoney. James R., Student Officer, .5 f'usler .St., 
Lawrence, Mass. 

Mahoney, John F , Student Officer, Rawdins, W yo. 

Mahoney, S. P., Ensign, 474 Maple St., Iloiyoke, Mass. 

Maier, Edward II., Student Officer, .502 Y. M. C. A. 
RIdg., Houston, Tev. 

Malette, Geo. A.. Sliident Officer, l:!l,) 2.-,th St., San 
Diego, Cal. 

Mall. Ivor C. Ensign. 721 Fremont St.. .Manhallen, 
Kans. 

M.\LLERs. Edward Ben.iamin, Student OIKcer, 11.38 
Droxel Blvd., Chicago, III. 

Mallorv. R. II., Student Officer. 107 Si. Regis Aiils., 
Omaha, Nebr. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Key West. HTA. 

Malone, Franklin, Student Officer. 10.3 .3th St.. Brook- 
lyn. New York. 

Manierre, Harold Jv.. Student tUlicer. 1.307 Dearborn 
Parkway, Chicago, III. 

Manierre, Loins, Student Oflioer. Room 416, 112 W\ 
Adams St., Chicago, III. 

Mann, Marion R., Student Officer, Gallatin, Mo. Dun- 
woody Inst., Minn.; Miami, Fla. HTA. 

Manners, John V., Ensign. 276 Orange Road. Montclair, 
N. J. Mass. Inst, of Tecli.. Pensacola, Hampton Roads. 
N. A. No. 29.3. HTA. 

Manning. Edgar T.. Ensign. 12 Armory Terrace, 
Nashua, N. H. Mass. Inst, of Tech., ,\kron, O.; Pensacola, 
Fla. N. A. No. 1581. LTA. 

Manny, Edmund S.. Student Officer, 5041 Westminster 
Place, St. Louis, Mo. M.ass. Inst, of Tech. HTA. 

Mansfield, Lewis P., Student Officer, 190 Pine St., 
Portland, Me. Mass. Inst, of Tech.. Bay Shore. HTA. 

Mansford. Berkeley, Ensign, 1522 Yesterwav, 
Seattle, Wash. N. A. No. 1131. 

Marchant, Alfred W., War, Boatswain. 

Marheinake. Ernest C, Ensign. 

Marr. John W., Student Officer, R. F. D. No. 1, Lex- 
ington, Ky. 

Mahriner, W. F., Liciil. (j.g.), 1710 East Gadsden St., 
Pensacola. Fla. Pensacola. N. A. No. 213. 

Marsden, George C. Student Officer, 30 Bryant St., 
Portland, Me. 

Marsh, Bryan, Student Officer. 

Marshall, Edward C. P^nsign, 3231 Beredith Ave., 
Pleasant Ridge, Cincinnati, Ohio. Mass. Insl. of Tech., 
Akron, Ohio; Pensacola. N. A. No. 2146. LTA. 

Marshall, L. K., Lieut, (j.g.). N. A. No. 384. 



Marshall, Marcus M.. Ensign 
Diego, Cal. N. A. No. 1367. 

Marshall, R. W.. Lieut, (j.g.). The Lenox Apt., 13th 
and Spruce St., Philadelphia, Pa. Akron, Ohio, Rock- 
away, L. I., Pensacola. 

Marshall. Richard M., Ensign. 

Marshburn, E. O., Student OlFicer, Goldsboro, N. C. 

.Mar-sters, Charles E., Ensign. P. O. Box 2193 Boston, 
Mass. Great Lakes, Pensacola, Fla. 

.Marston, Roreht L., Ensign, Rolla, Mo. Mass. Inst, 
of Tech., San Diego. HTA. 

Martin, Rernard D., Student Offi(-er. 

Martin, Edward S., Student Olficer. 

Martin. Grady II., Student Officer. 

Martin, Hugh S., Student Officer, 650 N. Kenmore Ave. . 
Los .\ngeles, Cal. 

Martin. Isaac Roy, Student Officer, 177 Weatwood St., 
Akron, Ohio. 

Martin, John .M., Student Officer, 521 4th St.. S. E., 
AlinnneaiK.lis, Minn. Dunwoodv Insl., Miami. Pensacola. 
ilTA. 

Martin. Laurence C, Sludent tfllicer, 32 Lincoln St., 
t;ien Ridge, N. J. Dunwoody Inst.. Minn. 

iMahtin. M. S., Ensign, 32 Lincoln St., Gl-n Ridge, 
N. J. N. A. No. 11 13. 

Martin, Rogers A., Student Officer, 277 East 4th St., 
Allanta, Ga. 

Martin. W. H.. Ensign, Laurens, S. C. Mass. Insl. of 
Tech.. Miami, Key West, Pensacola. HTA. 

Martini. ELL, D. C. Student Officer. 105 East lllh St., 
Iliilchinson, Kans. Mass. Inst, of Tech. I/I A. 

MisoN G. S.. Lieut, (i.g.). 121 West Walnut Lane, Ger- 
manlown. Philadcliihia, Pa. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Hamp- 
ton Roads, Pensacola. HTA. 

Massey, L. R., Student Officer, 1811 Kenyon Si 
inglon, D. C. Great Lakes. 111. 

Matcmette. William H.. Jr., Student Officer. 

Mathes, B. W., Ensign, Plainview, Tex. Mass. 
Tech., Pcnsacola, A'iron. N.A. No. 1755. LTA. 

Matheson. R. D.. Lieut, (jg.), 713 College Ave. 
Grand Ra|iids. .Mich. N. A. No. 1707. 

Mathews. Charles E.. Ensign, 175 Thayer St., 
dcnce, R. 1. 

M\THE«s. CinRi.Es .M., Sludcnl Officer. 

Mathias, Rorert D.. Sludent Ollicer. 

Mathhsen. Alfred, Sindent Ollii-er, Keyport. 
-Mass. Insl. of Te< li.. Bay Shore. IlTA. 

Mathiasen, Otto F., Student Officer, 4127 Howard St.- 
Omaha, Nebr. .Seattle, Wash. HTA. 

Matson, R. C. II., Sludent Officer, Sewance, Tenn. 
Mass. Insl. of Tech., Miami. Fla. HTA. 

Matter. Robert. Lieut, (j.g.). 911 S. Washington St., 
Marion. Ind. Toronto. Canada, BFC: Hamilton Roads, 
Pensacola; Killingholme, Eng.; N. Bomb. Gr., Fr. N. A. 
No. 162. HTA. 

.Matteson, G. C, Ensign. 20 Winthrop St 
N. Y. Mass. Insl. of Tech., Pensacola. Calais 
It.; Bay Shore, Miami. N. A. No. 573. 

Matthews. Donald H., Student Officer, 
Johnston, Pa. 

Matthews. Edgar, Student Ollicer. 423 
Johnston, Pa. Mass. Insl. of Tech. LT.\ 

M.auck, E.arle Lewis. Ensign. 

.M.AUGHAN, Wm. E., Ensign. 

Maulbetsch, John F.. Student Officer, 221 Washington 
St., Ann Arbor, Mich. 

Maureb. Charles F., Sludent Officer, 213 S. Main St., 
\\ ilkesbarre, Pa. 

Mavis, Jack R., Lieut. Ij.g.), 3145 Sheridan Road, Chi- 
cago. III. Pensacola, Ray Shore, Columbia University, 
Dctroil. Packard, (ireat Lakes. Philadelphia. HT\. 

.Maxuell. H. W., Jr., Lieut, (.j.g.). Glen Cove, L. I.. N. 
Y. Ray Shore, Miami, Moutchic, Gallarele, It., Milan, 
Joya del Colle, St. Ingleverl. LTA. 

Maxwell. Robert L., Student ttfficer, 1905 Guadalupe 
Si., Austin, Tex. 

Mayes, Wendell W., Ensign. Grunewald Hotel. New 
Orleans, La. 

Maynard, Charles E.. Student Officer. Medina Road, 
Akron. Ohio. 

Maynard, Merlin T., Stulent Officer, 593 South Sixth 
St., San Jose, Cal. 

Mayo, T. F., Lieut, (j SK 1729 Coliseum St.. New Or- 
leans, La. 

Maze, Montgoaiery, Lieut, (j.g-). 2650 Broadway, New 



Wash- 

Insl. of 
., S. E., 
, Provi- 

N. J. 



, Rochester, 
Fr.; Milan, 



Paliser St.- 
Lincoln St., 



P'^ 



rii 




li 



York City. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Buffalo, Columhia Univer- 
sity, N. Y. 

Meaoham, Eugene M., Sludent Officer. 

Meachen, II. F., War. Machinist. 

MEAD.S, RoBT. T., Ensign, 42.3 S. Stone Ave., La GranRO, 
III. Dunwoody, Miami, Pensacola. N. A. No. 2'M2. 
HTA. 

Meanv, Robt. E., Ensign, 

MEAns, Cecil F., Student Officer, Norfolk, Va. Mass. 
Inst, of Tech. HTA. 

Meath, Geo. M., Sludent Officer, 208 East 4lh St., 
Olympia, Wash. 

Meduskv, W. J., War. Gun. Naval Air 



Station, 
I., Pensacola, Fla.; Rockaway 



Rockaway Beach, L. 
Beach, N. Y. N. A. 

Meegan, Joseph A., Student Officer, 260 Commercial 
St., Portland. Me. 

Meehan, J. L., Ensign. 

Meoahan, Howard D., Student Officer, 602 Whitney 
Ave., Wilkiiisburg, Pa. 

Meieb, Albebt O., Student Officer, 1731 1.3th Ave., 
Seattle, Wash. Seattle, Wash. LTA. 

Meier, Harry A., Student Officer, 1420 36th Ave., 
Seattle, Wash. 

Mell, Brook, Ensign, 44 West Peaehtree St., Atlanta, 
Ga. 

Mellen, Arthur Wm., Jr., Ensign, 2676 Morris Ave.. 
New York City. 

Mei XEN. RoMNEY J., Student Officer, 210 Bennett Ave., 
Crijiple Creek, Colo., Seattle, Wash., Key West, Fla. 

Mellenbruch, Dale F., Student Officer, 1344 Kentucky 
St.. Lawrence, Kan. 

Mellob, DuiNCAiv M., Student Officer, Miller Hall 
Farm, Norfolk, Mass. 

Melville, George S.. Ensign. 

Melville. Kenneth, Student Officer, 2120 E. 47th St., 
Seattle, Wa.sh. 

Mendenhall, James Howe, Student Officer, 25 Main 
St., Toughkenaraon, Pa. Dunwoody Inst., Minneapolis, 
Minn. HTA. 

Mendoza, David, Lieut, (j.g.), 2419 Michigan Ave., 
Chicago, 111. Pensacola, Fla., Hampton, Roads., Brest, 
Fr.. Whiddy Island, Naval Base No. 6. HTA. 

AIenefee, John Wm., Ensign, Graham, N. C. Mass. 
Inst, of Tech., Akron, Ohio, Rockaway Beach, L. I. LTA. 

Mengal, Clabence, R. Jr., Student Officer, Forest 
and Main Sts., Evanston, 111. 

Mengele, Frank A., Student Officer, 146 Tremont St., 
Boston, Mass. 

Menzel, F. W., Ensign, 1,5 Poplar St., Brooklyn, N. 
Y. N. A. No. .509. 

Mebceb, George W., Student Officer, 43 Society St., 
Charleston, S. C. 

Meredith, Otis, Student Officer, Beaconsfield Apts., 
IIou.ston, Te.xas, 

Mebkle, Edward B., Student Officer, 1373 E. Broad 
St., Columbus, Ohio. 

Mebbieield, Samuel A.. Ensign, Williamsville, Vt. 
Mass. Inst, of Tech, Akron, Ohio. Rockaway, L. I., N Y. 
LTA. 

Mebbill, Cha.s. L. Lieut, (j-g.), 102 Queensberry St., 
Boslfin, Mass. 

Mebbill, Donald H.. Lieut, (j.?-). 1679 Mass. Ave., 
Cambridge, Mass. N. A. No. 672. 

Mebbill, N, E., Lieut, (j.g.), Osceola Club, Pensacola, 
Fla. 

Mebriman, Lawrence C, Ensign. 2401 Bowditeh St., 
Berkeley, Cal. Sealtle, San Diego, Pensacola. N. A. 
No. 2003. HTA. 

Merritt, Roswell a.. Ensign, 403 Orange .St., Macon, 
Ga. N. A. No. 2012. 

Messinger, Char S., Ensign, 2.5.3 Bushkill .Si., Easfon, 
Pa. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Bay Shore, Hampton lioads, 
Pensacola, Moutchic, Cape May. N. A. No. 254. HTA. 

Metzger, Norman, Student Officer, 1508 Broadway, 
Indianapolis, Iiid. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Miami. HTA. 

Meyers, W. Blagden, Ensign, 226 Spring St., Webster 
Groves, Mo. 

Mezger, Erwin R., Student Officer, 175 Delavan Ave., 
Newark, N. J. Mass. Inst, of Tech. HTA. 

MicHEALS, G., War Machinist, Marshall, 111. 

Mickey, R. Z., Ensign, 1428 W. 25th St., Cleveland, 
Ohio. 

Middleton, Chas. G., Ensign, Inter. Southern Rldg., 
Louisville, Ky. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Pensacola, Fla. 

Miles, Vernon G., Student Officer, 614 8th St., Port 



Arthur, Texas. 
HTA. 

Millard, I. W., Sludent Officer, 764 Transportation 
Bldg., Chicago, III. Mass. .Inst, of Tech. HTA. 

Miller, A. B., Student Officer, Plainsboro, N. J. 
Mass. Inst, of Tech. HTA, 

Miller, Albert P., Student Officer, 70 Worth St., 
New York, N. Y. 

Miller, Chas. G., Ensign. 68 West 56th St., New 
York City. 

Miller, Cleophas E., Ensign. 

Miller, Felix G., Student Officer, 509 Walnut St., 
Chattanooga, Tenn. Dunwoody Inst., Minn. HTA. 

Miller, Franklin G., Student Officer, 700 W. 179 St., 
New York City. 

Miller. H. A., Ensign, 119 Magnolia Ave., Riverside, 
Cal. Mass. Jnst. of Tech., Key West, Miami, Pensacola, 
Rockaway. N. A. No. 1164, HTA. 

Miller, H. It., Student Officer, 103 Grove St., Tona- 
wanda, N. Y. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Great Lakes. HTA. 
Miller, J. Bernard, Student Officer. 27 West 44th St., 
New York City. Ma.ss. Inst, of Tech. HTA. 
Miller, J. M., Ensign. N. A. No. 494. 
Miller, John W., Ensign, HolmsviUe, Neb, N. A. 
No. 1516. 

Miller, Raymond Percy, Lieut, (j.g.), Middlesex Aye., 
Swampscott, Mass. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Aeromarme, 
Keyport, N. J.; L. W. F,, College Point, L. I.; Garden 
City, L. I. 

Miller, Richard B., Ensign, 401 S. 15 Si., Independ- 
ence, Kansas. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Bay Shore, L. I.. 
Pensacola, Fla. N. A. No. 1892. HTA. 
Miller, Robt. Stewart, Ensign. 

Miller, Vaughn, Ensign, Lookout Mountain, Tenn. 
Rockaway Beach. LTA. 

Miller, Wm., Ensign, 1507 E. Gadsden St., Pensacola, 
Fla. Pensacola, P,ilm Beach, Huntington, Bay Shore, 
Hampton Roads, Mdan, Italy, St. Inglevert, France, 
Easlleigh, Eng. HTA. 

Miller, E. H., Ensign, 14 W. Peoria St., Chicago, 111. 
Great Lakes, 111., Hampton Roads, Va. 

MiLLiKAN. Edward P., Student Officer, 473 Park Ave., 
River Forest, 111. 

Millinix, Bonnie L., War Boatswain. 
Mills, James W., Ensign, St. James Hotel, 6lh St. and 
Penn. Ave., Wash., D. C. N. A. No. 2219. 

MiLSON, Thomas II., Student Officer, 528 E. 29th St.. 
Paterson, N. J. 

MiNNis, James L., Sludent Officer, 5284 Westminster 
Place, St. Louis, Mo. 

Minty. Ca.sper C, Student Officer, 205 North 15th St., 
Fort Dodge, Iowa. Dunwoody Inst., 
HTA. 

Minty, John E., Student Officer, 
Muskegon, Mich. Dunwoody Inst., 
Key West. HTA. 

MiRKiL, Haxelton, Jr., Ensign, 527 Lafayette Bldg., 
Philadelphia, Pa, 

MisHLER, Floyd E., Ensign, 314 E. 9th St., Newton, 
Kansas. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Key West, Pensacola. 
N. A. No. 2256. HTA. 

MisKovsKY, James F., Student Officer, 351 E. College 
St., Oherlin, O. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Chicago, Cleveland. 

LI' A . n^ 

iVfrrcuELL, Archie Delwood, Student Officer, Ontario, 
Cal. Seatlle, Wash. HTA. 

Mitchell, Charles W., Jr., Ensign, 4001 Greenway, 
Baltimore, Md. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Pensacola, Miami, 
Moulcbic, Killingholme, Eng.. Hampton Roads, Cape 
May. N. A. No. 664. HTA. 

Mitchi-:il, Francis TT.. Ensign, Clinton Springs Ave., 
Cincinnati, O. N. A. No. 409. 

Mitchell, Frost A., Student Officer, 2057 Glenwood 
Ave., Toledo, O. 

Mitchell, Henry H., Student Officer, 207 Hill St., 
LaGrange, Ga. 

Mitchell, John J., Jr., Ensign, 1550 N. State Parkway, 
Chicago, 111. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Great Lakes, Key 
West, Pensacola. N. A. No. 1909. HTA. 

MoELLER. Sydney D., Student Officer, 890 W. William 
Si., Decaliir, 111. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Cambridge, Bay 
Shore. HTA. 

MoESER, Wm. F. C Student Officer, Sedro-Wooley, 
Washington. 

MoHR, Herman F., .Student Officer, Apalachicola, Fla. 
Mass. Inst, of Tech. HTA. 



Miami, Pensacola. 



208 Webster Ave., 
Minn., Miami and 



//"iilitt 



rij. 




miil--:. 



Monroe. Geo. E., Sdidenl, Ofncer, MfS E. Pine Ave., 
Grove City, Pa. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Akron, O. LTA. 

Montague, T. G., Student Officer, 23S Washington 
Bldg., Madison, Wise. Dunwoody Inst. Minn.. Miami, 
F!a. IITA. 

MoNTANVE, irAROLD P., Student Odicer, 120 West 20th 
St., New Yurk City. 

MoNTETTH, n. W., Lieut, (i.g.). University Club. San 
Francisco, Cal. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Bu. Si. Eng., Wash- 
ington, D. C; lEM (aero) Brooklyn, Dist., N. Y. 

Montgomery, Alt.an D., Student Officer, 1600 Rio 
Grandest. Austin, Texas. Mass. Insi. of Tech., Miami. 
HTA. 

Montgomery, G. S., Ensigu. N. A. No. 300. 

Montgomery, .Iame.s E., Student Oificer, 600 Meabane 
St., Burlington, N. C. 

Montgomery, Ralph S., Student Officer, Main St., 
Warsaw, N. Y. 

Montgomery, W. R., Ensign, 1501 Henry St., Berkeley- 
Cal. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Key West, Pensacola, Miami- 
N. A. No. i:}21. HTA. 



711 Rivermont Av 



Moon, Enw. Harris, Ensi 
Lynchburg, Va. 

MooRA, C. Shelton, Ensign, 118 Claremont Ave.. 
Montolair, N. J. Mass. Inst, ol' Tech., Akron, Chatham, 
Rockaway, Pensacola. N. A. No. 17.'>9. LTA. 

Moore, Ben McG., Student Officer. Houston Ave., 
Macon, Ga. 

Moore, Chauncey C. Student Officer, 309 2nd St., 
No., Great Falls, Montana. 

Moore, Lloyd Roy, War Fioatswain, N. A. No. 206. 

Moore, Maurice Malcolm, Lieut, (j.g.), 854 Security 
BIdg., Minneapolis, Minn. Moutchic-Lacanau, Gironde, 
Dunkerque, Franco, Z<!ebrugge Mole, Belgium HTA. 

Moore, Nbel A . Student Officer, 1511 Washtenaw 
Ave., Ann Arbor, Mich. 

MooRp, Robert, Jr.. Lieut, {(.g.), 403 Hennen Bids-. 
New Orleans, La. Mass. Inst. ofTech., S. P. 630, Key 
West, Fla. N. A. No. 1476. HTA. 

Moore, Reoington, Student Officer, 305 New St., 
Eaton, Pa. 

Moore. R. G., Student Oificer, 154 Pearson St., Chicago, 
IH. 

Moore, Robert C, Student Officer, Bingham, Maine, 
Mass. Inst, of Tech. LTA. 

Moore, Theodore .L, Ensign. 

Moore, Theo. W., Student Officer, 6] 7 Ave. li. Miami, 
Fla. Mass. Inst, of Terh., Key West, Fla. HTA, 

Moore, Thomas F., Student Officer, 18H South Elm St.. 
Waterbury, Conn. 

MooREHE.vn, Tom V. H., Student Officer, 1523 Maple 
Ave., Zanesville, Ohio. 

MoREHotTSE, RussEL, Eusigu. 1544 Oneida St., lUica, 
N. Y. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Akron, Hampton Roads. 
LTA. 

MoRAN, John F., Student Officer, 9 Kimball Ave,, 
Lowell, Mass. 

More, Arthur L., Ensign. N. A. No. 2459. 

MoREY, J. Benedict, Student Officer, 127 Summit Ave., 
Buffalo, N. Y. 

MoBEY, James B., Sludcnl Officer. 

Morgan, Benj. F.. Jr.. Shident Officer, 409 Berkeley 
Ave., Norfolk. Va. 

Morgan. David P.. Jr., Lieut. (J.g.), 115 E 72d St.. New 
York City. Mass. Inst, of Tech.. Pensacola, Miami, 
Field A., N. B. G., Fr. N. A. No. 394. HTA. 

Morgan, Fr.vncis J., Student Officer, 1127 Euclid, N.W., 
Washington, D. C. 

Morgan, G. S., War. Machinisi. 

Morgan, James Culva, Siudent tjllicpr. |,')9 Portage 
Ave., Winnepeg. Canada. Mass. lust. ofTech., Key West. 
HTA. 

Morgan. Lawrence, Student Oificer, 17 Ilubard St., 
Boston, Mass. 

Morgan, Laurence W., Ensign, 389 Marlborough St., 
Boston, Mass. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Pensacola, Fla. HTA. 

Mori ARTY, John F., Student Officer, 177 Allyn St., 
Ilolyoke, Mass. 

Morrill, Frank W., Ensign. 

Morrill, Harold B.. Student Officer, 19 Highland Ave., 
Roxbury, Mass. 

MoRRi.s, Henry H., Ensij^n. 

MoRRi.s, Lewis G., Student Officer, 1015 Park Ave., 
New York City. 

Morris. John H., Student Officer, Georgetown College, 
Washington. D. C. 




Morris. Wyllys K., Jr., Ensign. N. A. No. 2333. 

Morrisette, Wm. L., Student Officer, 26 Dinwiddie St., 
Portsmouth. Va, 

Morrison, David G,, Ensign, 501 E. State Si.. Sharon, 
Pa. 

Morrison, John M., Jr., Student Officer. 647 Linwood 
Ave., Buffalo, N. Y. 

Morrison, Ocie B., Student Officer, f37 Harrison St., 
Petersburg, Va. 

Morrison. Stuart T., Student Oificer. 

Morrow, Thayer Iv., Ensign, 4201 Ellis Ave.. Chicago, 
III. 

Mobse, Allan L., Ensign, 128 Pleasant St., Arlington, 
Mass. Akron, Ohio; Rockaway, L. I.; (^Jueenstown, Ire.; 
H. M. A. S., Roehampton, Eng.; Caslletown, Ire.; La 
Trinile, Brest, Fr. LTA. 

MoBSE. Claude S., Student Officer, 49 Elm St., Glen 
Falls, N. Y. 

Morse, Geo. H,, Ensign. 

Morse, George IL, \\ ar. Gunner. 

Morse. IlAROi.n M., Student Officer, Ciarks, Nebraska. 
Mass. Inst, of Tech.. Miami. IITA. 

Morse, Henry G., Student Oificer, 80 Glendale St., 
Dorchester, Mass. 

Morse, Ma^l^nd H., Student Officer. Anson. Maine. 
Mass. Inst, of Tech. HTA. 

Morse, Robert D.. Student Officer. 46 Pleasant St., 
Marlboro, Mass. Mass. Inst, of Tech. HTA. 

Morse, Thos. R., Lieut. (j,g.), Falmouth, Mass. N. A. 
No. 366. 

Mortimer, Laurence. Ensign, 

Morton, A. N.. Ensign. 225 Roberts Ave.. Yonkers. N. 
Y. Mass. Inst, of Tech.. Pensacola; Moudhic, Fr,; Hamp- 
ton Roads. N. A. No. 860. HTA. 

Morton. Cl.vrk, Student Officer, 121 1 Grand Ave.< 
Fort Smith. Tex. 

Morton, John W., Ensign, 225 Rrdterts Ave., Y'onkers, 
N. Y. N. A. No. lOil. 

Morton, Lindlev C, Student Officer, 801 66th Ave.. 
Oak Lane, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Morton, Walter F.. Siudent Officer, 73 West 29lh St., 
Bayonne. N. J. 

MoRY, Geo. IL, Ensign, 125 College Ave., Aiiideton, 
Wise. Seattle, Wash.; San Diego, C.al.; Pcii'^a<:ola. N. A. 
No. 2263. HTA. 

MosELEV, Henry Vincent. Lieut, (j.g.), Alexandria, La. 
Mass. Inst, of Tech., Key West, Miami. Pensacola; Field 
'B' Northern Bombing Group, Fr. N. A. No. 476. 
IITA. 

JMosELE^". Herbert F,, War. Gurnier. 

Moses. James, Ensign. 3811 South Broadway, Los 
Angeles, Cal. 

MosHER, F. R.. Lieut, (j.g.), 14t6 BelmonI St., Wash- 
ington. D, C. N. A. No. 258. 



Lieut, (j.g.). Law Bld^:., Norfolk, Va. 
h,, Pensacola, Fla. N. A. No. 939. 



Moss, W. B. M.. 
Mass. Inst, of Te( 
HTA. 

AIossER, B. D., Lieut. (J.g.). 117 Edgewood Road, Ard- 
more, Pa. Mass. Inst. ofTech., Pensacola, Fla. LTA. 

MossER, Philip D.. Ensign. 341 WeslerveJt Ave., Staten 
Island, N. Y. Mass. Inst, of Tech,, Bay Shore, Pensacola. 
HTA. 

Mott. C. B.. Student Officer, 86 W. Forest Ave., De- 
troit, Mich. Dunwoody Inst., Minn. HTA. 

MoTT, Elliot W., Ensign. 

Moulton, E\ erts, Student Officer, 7108 Holy wood 
Blvd.. Los Angeles, Cal. 

Moultrie. L. G., Ensign. 210 East 8|}i St., Bnme. Ga. 
I\Iass. Inst. ofTech., Key West, Miami, IVnsacola. HTA. 

Mount. Leslie C, Lieut, (j.g.). 

Mount, VL B.. Student Officer, Hiverview Place, Lynch- 
burg, Va, -Mass. Inst, of Tech. HTA. 

MoTiNTFORT, Edgar Page, Studcut Officor, 128 Selye 
Terrace, Bochester, N. Y. Mass. Inst, of Tech. JITA. 

Mowbray, C. C, War. Mach., Detroit, Mich. Columbia 
University; Pauillae, Gironde, L'Aber Vrach, Finistere, Fr.; 
Hampton Roads, Va. 

Moylan, Charles E., Student Officer, Jamesville, Md. 

Mudge, E. T., 2d, Ensign, 1752 Park Ave., Baltimore, 
Md. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Bay Shore, L. L; Pensacola, 
Fla. N. A. No. 966. HTA. 

Mudge, Raymond C, Lieut, (j.g.), Ludlow, \ ermont- 
Mass. Inst, of Tech., Pensacola, Fla. N. A. No. 298. 
HTA. 




MuciFonD, Frank M-, War G'jnner. 

' MuLFonD, Edward M., Sludcnt Officer, 211 Marlbor- 
out^h Hoad, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Mullen, Gkorge J., SludeiU Officer. 

MuLLiKKN, Kdwahd II., I'^iisi^'n, Short Beach, Branford, 
Conn. N. A. No. 1J16U. 

MuLLtN, John M., Sludnnt (Hlirer, Alplia Delta Phi 
Cliih, ]:i6 W. 'tlLh Si., New York Cily. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., IVnsocola, New York. I IT A,. 

MiiLLiNAX, K., War. Boatswain, 521. 13lh Ave., W. 
ScaUle, Wash. N. A. No. .557. 

MuMMERT, A. J., Lieut, fj.^.l. 28(18 Locnst S(.. St. Lonis, 
Mo. B. S. E. Design Section, Division Aeronautics, 
Washington, D. C. 

MuNGER, Leonidvs P., Student OITicer, Cotton Ave., 
Molevalle Rd., Birmingham, Ala. 

MuNROE, Ronr.RT, 3rd, Ensign, .365 Pennsylvania Ave., 
Oakmont, Pa. N. A. No. KUO. 

Lieul. (j.g.). 5]l \\'e3t Ave., Medina, 



MuNSON, R. F., 
N. Y. 



i^nsign, 



509 E. Chalmers St., 



MuRisoN, Richard V. 
Champaign, III. 

Ml'rphy, Ci-ARENrE R., Student Officer. 1030 S. Monroe 
Ave., Green Bay, Wise. 

Murphy, Daniel F., Studrnt Officer, 32 Rodney Dorms. 

Univ. of Penn., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Murphy, George, Student Officer, Harbor Beach, Mich. 
Murphy, H. C, Lieut, (j.g.). 

MuHPHv, J. G., Ensign, 2 Gibson Terrace, Somerville, 
Mass. 

Murphy, Jas. Doyle. Ensign, Harrison, N. Y. Mass- 



Inst, of Tech., Pensacola; Mont.auk, L. I.; Hamptott 
Roals, Morehead City. HTA. 

Murphy. James M., Student Officer. 500 W. 1th St.. 
Dayton, Ohio. 

Murphy, Joel H.. Student Officer, 500 W. Ith St., Day- 
ton, Ohio. 

Murray. Francis D., Student Officer, 2 Charter Oak. 
Ave., Hartford, Conn. 

Murray, Frank, Student Officer, 166 2d Ave., Nortb 
and Hillsboro Pike, Nashville, Tenn. 
Murray, George D., Lieut, fj.g.). 
Murray, CiEO. S., Lieut, (j-g-)- 

Murray, Harry, Student Officer, R. F. D., No. 9 Hills- 
boro Rd., Nashville, Tenn. 

Murray, Norbert M., Ensign. 

Murray, R. L., Ensign, 2115 5th St., Port Arthur, Tex. 
Mass. Inst, of Tech., Akron, Ohio; Rockaway Beach, N. Y 
LTA. 

Murray, William R., Student Officer, 464 Wayne St.^ 
Jersey City, N. J. 

MuRRiN, William R., Ensign, 404 W. 115 St., New York 
City. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Pensacola, San Diego. HTA. 
Musk, David A.. Lieut, (j.g.), 51 Powell Ave., Newport, 
R. I. N. A. No. 902. 

MussER, Howard B., Student Officer, 312 E St.. N. E.,. 
Washington, D. C. 

Myers, Edwin E., Student Officer, 46 First St., Hins- 
dale, 111. 

Myers, Edwin H., Student Officer, Hockley. Texas. 
Myers, Kenneth D., Student Officer, 750 Ave. C, 
Bayonne, N. J, 

Myers, Staniey H., Ensign, 130 Kings Road. Corvallis^ 
Ore. N. A. No. 1992. 





NANGLE, CHARLES J. 

Ensign 
42 Richdale Ave., Somer- 
ville. Mass. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech.. Miami, l*erisaco]a. 
N. A. No. 2122. HTA. 



NAUMER, FRED L. 

Ensign 

Altamont, HI. Mass. Inst 

of Tech., Akron, Pensa 

cola. N. A. No. 2440. LTA 



NEALE, RAYMOND M. 

Ensign 
1001 24th St. Parkeraburg, 
W. Va. M. I. T., Ponsa., 
Miami, Moufchic, L'Aber 
Vrach, Ray Sh., Hamilton 
Rds. N. A. No. 687. HTA. 



NEILEY, STEPHEN B. 

Student Officer 

S Walcott Rd., WincheM,Br, 

Mass. Great Lakes. HTA. 




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HS-l IN Flight 





NELSON, IRA R. 

Student Officer 

169 Irvington Ave., So. 

Orange, N. J. Mass. Inst. 

of Tech., Key West. HTA. 



NELSON. JOHN E. 
Ensign 
Belvidere St., St. Johns- 
bury, Vt. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., Buffalo. HTA. 



NETHERCOT, D. G. 

Ensign 
518 Cherry St., Winnetka, 
111. Mass. Inst, of Tech., 
San Diego, Pensacola. N. 
A. No. 1801. HTA. 



NEWBERN, PLINY A. 

Ensign 
429 East 3rd St.. Oklahoma 
City, Okla. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., Bay Shore, Pensa- 
cola. N. A. No. 1692. HTA. 



227 




NEWHERY, EARL II. 
Ensign 
High St., biound Brook 
N. J. Univ. Wash., Sai 
Diepo, Pen,sacoIa. N. A 
No. 2.i68- HTA. 



NEWELL, FRANK C. 

Sludpnt Officer 
.16 Beverly Court, Detroit 
Mich. Mass. IriKt. of Tech. 
Key West. HTA. 



NICHOLS, JOHN G. 

Student Officer 
Care of Corporation Com- 
mission, Raleigh, N. C. 
Mass. Inst, of Tech., Mi- 
ami. HTA. 



NICKERSON, C. M. 
Ensifin 
Y. M. C. A.. Berkeley, Cal. 
M. I. T., Marblehead, Bay 
Sh., Norfolk, Pensa., 
ami, London N A 
445. HTA. 



Mi- 
No. 





I NICKOLS, FRANK A. 

■Ml Ensign 

* '^ 2210 Roslyn Ave., Balti- 
more, Md. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., Miami. HTA. 



NICOLSON, ROBERT L. 

Student Officer 
689 Piedmont Ave., At- 
lanta, Ga. Ma.ss. Inst, of 
Tech., Duiiwoody. HTA. 



NIEHAUS, ROBERT L. 
Ensign 
.3.3 San Carlos Apts., Madi- 
son .Ave., Cincinnati, Ohio. 
M. I. T., Miami, Peosacola, 
Great Lakes. N. .\. No. 
1632. HTA. 



NIELSEN, L. H. 

Ensign 

20 First St.. Weehawken, 

N. J. Mass. Inst, of Tech., 

Elizabeth, Whitestone, L. I. 




NOBLE, MARK 
Ensign 
Williams nimond & Co., 
.310 Sansomo St., San Fran- 
cisco, M. I. T., Pensacola, 
Dnnwoody. N. A. No. 907. 
HTA. 



NOBLE, RUSSELL C. 
Ensign 
691 Forest St., New Haven, 
Conn. Mass. Inst, of Tech., 
Miami, Pensacola, Hamp- 
ton Roads, N. A. No. 1233. 
HTA. 



NULL, TELEORD B. 
Lieul. ij.g.) 
2676 Birch Si., Di^rivcr, 
C.jIo. Akron, Cape May, 
llamplon lids,, Key Wcsl, 
fJanicEi C.ily. N. A. No. 
1260. LTA. 



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Nadeau, R. A., Ensign, 708 Mason St., Flint, Mich. 
Na.sh, D0UOLA.S E., Lieiil. r.i.g.), 3.5 High St., So. Nor- 
walk, Conn. .Mass. Inst, of Tech., Pensacola, Key West. 
HTA. 

NvsH, J. F.. Lieul. (j.g ). 30 Professors Row, Tufts Col- 
lege, Mass. N. A. No. 5.56. 




NOEL, CELEST J. NOEL, EDWARD T. 

Ensign Student Officer 

1330 Concord Ave., De- Scottsblulf, Nobr. Dun- 

troil, Mich. M. I. T., Bay woody, Mass. Inst, of 

Shore, Hampton Rds., Tech., Great Lakes. HT.A. 
Great Lakes, Pensacola. 
N. A. No. 1760. HTA. 

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Na.son, RoBEnx C, Student Ollicor, 5 Chester St., N. 
Cambridge, Mass. 



Riverside Drive, N( 



N. A. No. 1386 



Nathan, A., War Machinist, 
York City. 

N \UGLE, Philip D., Ensign, 

Neal, a. W., Ensign, Jacksonville, Fla 

Ne\l, E. v.. Student Officer, 927 West Grace St., 
Hichmon.l, \a. Seattle, Wash. HTA. 

Neai., Wm. W., Student Officer, Louisburg, N. C. 

New.e, R. W., Student Officer, 15 Felton St., Cliflon- 
dale, Mass. 

Neale, Wm. F., Student Officer, 1122 Austin St., 
Waco, Texas. 

Neel, Guy Weweh, Ensign, N. A. No. 1384. 

Nei-f, S\muel W., Student Ollicer, 61 Washington S:.i. 
South, New York City. 

NrjLAN, Thoma.s F., Student Officer, MifTlintown, Pa. 
Nelms, F. Jr., Student Officer, 552 S. 48th St., Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 





ilWi., 



'mi 



Ave., 
Iowa. 



Nelson, Elmer L., Carpenter, 4918 Ashland Ave., 
Chicago, 111. 

Nelson, Frank C, Ensi;-'n. Campbell. Cal. Mass. 
Inst. oi'Tech., Bay Shore, Pensacola. HTA. 

Nelson, Herbert E., Student Officor, Emmorton, Va. 

Nelson, E., Ensign. N. A. No. 927. 

Nelson, R. K., War Machinist. 

Neumann, Carl W., Student Oificer, 147 Delaware 
Ave., Detroit, Mich. 

Newby, Herman R., Lieut, (j.g.). 

Newell. Frank G., Student OITirer, 4S Chestnut St., 
Marlboro, Mass. 

Newhouse. Rolly W., Ensign, Stanford University, 
Cat. N. X. No. 113.5. 

Newlin, James C, Jr., Lieut, (j.g.)., Haverford, Pa. 
Mass. Inst, of Tech., Pensacola, Mont chic, Roscombe 
Downs, Eng., Northern R. G., Eastleigh, Eng. N. A. No. 
312. HTA. 

Newsome, Thomas W., Ensign, 4930 Swiss 
Dallas, Tex. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Pensacola. 

Newsom, E. E., Student Officer, Mediapolis, 
Mass. Inst, of Tech., Key West, Fla. HTA. 

Newton, Horace E,, Student Officer. 

Newton, Oscar, Jr., Ensign, 1325 N. Stale St., Jackson, 
Miss. N, A. No. 2045. 

Newton, Phillip Smith, Student OUic<^r, 'I'ownscnd 
Apt.. 11th and Oak Sts., Oakland, Cal. 

Niblack, a. H., Ensign, 229 Lake Shore Drive, Chicago, 
111. Mass. Inst, of Tech. HTA. 

Nichols, Alan G., Ensign, 1501-12ili St., N. \V., 
Washington, D. C. N. A. No. 1625. 

Nichols, James T., Student Officer. 

Nichols, John M., Student 0/Ticer 
St., Hcmpsiead, L. L, N. Y. 

Nicholson, A. W., Ensign, Upland 
Ohio. N. a. No. 1547. 

Nicholson, Carl R., Student Officer. 

Nicholson. Ralph W., Sludent Officer, 12.1 S. Eighth 
St., Richmond, Ind. 

NiCKLAs, Fklix p.. Student Officer. 547 Hart Si., 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Nichols, L F., Ensign, Savannah, Mo. Mass. Insi. of 
Tech., Key West, Miami, Pensacola. HTA. 

NiKLASON, Clarence R., Sludent Offiicer, 2 Avon St., 
Cambridge, Mass. 

NiEDRiNCHAUs, Paol E., Sludent Officer, 7J !i S. Lindim 
Ave., Pittsburgh. Pn. 

NiGHTiNCALE, GoRuoN T., ,Siii(I<Mit Officer, Moosup, 
Conn. Mass. Insi. of Tech. 

NiGHTiNCiALE, WiNTHROP E., Ensign, Slalion 'A' Alhol, 
Ma.ss. Mass. Insl. of Tech., May Shore, L. I., I'r.iisacola, 
Fla. N. A. No. 1914. HTA. 

NiSBET, James A., Lieut, (j.g.), 1055 Vine Si., Denver, 
Colo. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Pensacola, Moutchi<!, France; 
Stonehenge, Eng,; Milan and Turin, Ilaly; Norlhern R. G. 
N. A. No. 18. HTA. 

Nixon, Jesse M.. Student Offiicer. 

Noble, Clirtis.s G., Ensign, 154 Highland Ave., Rutfalo, 
N. Y. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Ray Shore, Hamplon Roads, 
Pensacola, Fla. N. A. No. 1629. 

Noble, Lelano F., Ensign, Mannsville, N. Y. Mass. 




157 Washington 
Rd., Cambridge, 



Inst, of Tech., Miami, Pensacola, Key West. N. A. No, 
2104. HTA. 

Noel, Aijcuste L., Ensign, 18 Washinglon Sq., North, 
New York City. Mass. Inst. Tech., Great Lakes, Hampton 
Roads. Va. HTA. 

Nolan, John F., Ensign. 2481 Valentine Ave., Fordham, 
New York City. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Akron, O., and 
Rockaway Reach, New York. LTA. 

Nolan, M. D., Ensign, 616 Cheyenne Ave.. Alliance, 
Neb. Mass. Inst, of Tech, Key West, Miami, Pensacola, 
Fla. N. A. No. 1794. 

Noland, J. L.. Ensign. 

NoLEN, Martin C, Student Officer, 29 Ransome St., 
Muskegon, Mich. 

NoRDGREN, Adolph G., Student Officer. 412 So. Front 
St., Mankalo, Minn. 

NoRDHousE, Sterling M., Ensign, 120 Hroadway, New 
York City. Mass. Insl. of Tech., liay Shore, Pensacola. 
N. A. No. 188. HTA. 

Norment, Robert T., Student Officer. McDonogh, Md. 

NoRRis, A. F., P^nsign, 21 Princeton St., Worcester, Mass. 

NoRRis, Reverly a.. Student Officer, 15 W. 74th St., 
New York City. 

NoHRis, Ralph IL, Lieut, (i.e.), Chelsea, Mass. Mass. 
Insl. of Tech., Pembroke, A\ ales, Mullion, Eng., Ptiim- 
biipuf, France. Monlauk. Rockaway. N. A. No. 671. 
LTA. 

NoRRis, Samuel R., Ensign, Chapol Hill, N. C. N. A. 
No. 2099. 

North, Gnss A., Sludent Officer, Federal RIdg,. l^es 
Moines, Iowa. 

NofiTHRop, Ai BREv .f.. Sludent Ollicer, t57 W'eslcott 
St.. Syracuse. N. Y. 

Norton, Arthur W,, Sludent Officer. 401) Cliarles 
River Road, Cambridge. Mass. 

NoRViLLE, G. O., Lieut, (j.g.). 35 Mt. Morins Park, 
New York City. 

NoswoHTHV, F. L. E.. Sludent Officer, Ibimpton, Cona. 
Mass. IiLsi. of Tech., Pensacola. 

NoTLEY, TIarhv E., Ensign. 

Nottingham, Wm., Sludent (_)fficer. 929 Ackerman Ave.^ 
Syracuse. IN. Y. 

NoiiRSE, Ralph F., I^nsign. 

NowELL. John M.. Jr.. Student Officer, 195 S])ring 
St.. Atlanta. Ga. 

NoYES. Harry E., Student Officer. 58 Morton St., 
Newton Centre, Mass. Mass. Inst, of Tech. HTA. 

Nuckolls, James T., Student Officer, 1504-Ilh Ave., 
Columbus, iio. 

Nuckols, Ira Fbeoeric. I'^^nsign, Savannah, Mo. N. 
A. No. 1803 

NuDD. Thomas L., Ensign, Di.xon. Cal. N. A. No. 
1346. 

Null, Tklfort. R., Lieut, (j.g), 136L Rdlaire St., 
Denver, Colo. N. A. No. 1260. 

NuNAMAKER, L. G., Sludent Officer. Aurora, Nebr. Mass. 
Inst, of Tech. HTA. 

Nunnekeb. Chas. L.. Student Officer, 1722 Baymiller 
St., Cincinnati, Ohio. Mass. Inst, of Tech. HTA. 

NuTT, MiLBURN E., Student Offiicer, Care of First 
National Rank, tlranbury, Tex. Mass. Inst, of Tech., 
Miami, Fla. HTA. 



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each photograph. Symbols ircre therefore assigned each photographer and placed under all such cuts, 
A key to these symbols follows. — Editor. 



A Harris i^> Ewing. 

(/*) Rachrach. 

(E) Edmonslon. 

(F) F. A. Swaine. 

(G) Elias Goldensky. 
(A) " Kazanjian." 



(L) Marshall Studio. 
(M) James & Merrihew. 
( V) Eugene Hutchinson. 
(O) 3. M. Elliott, Phila. 
(Ft) Ira L. Hill. 
(.S') "Sirauss Portrait." 



( T) Townsend. 

(U) Underwood tfc Underwood. 
(11 ) "Sid Whiting Portrait." 
(A) Hixon-Cormeily Studio. 





OAKLEY, GEO. T. 
Ensign 

932 I^iverside Ave., Tren- 
ton, N. J. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech.. Bay Shore, Pensa- 
c la. N. A. No. 16.38. 



O'BRIEN, HERBERT S. 

Student Ofjicer 
210 No. Cass St., Wabash, 
Ind. Mass. Inst, of Tech. 
HTA. 



O'CONNELL, DENNIS F. 

Student Officer 
1.S8 Adams St., Dorchester, 
Mass. Mass. Inst, of Tech. 
HTA. 



O'CONNOR, FERGUS A. 

Student Officer 

5048 Ridge Ave., St. Louis, 

Mo., Seattle, Wash. HTA. 



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ODLAND, TIIEO. 
Student Officer 
Erskine, Minn. Seattle, 
San Diego. HTA. 



OETINGER, TI. W. 

Ensign 
Wartninsler, Bunks Co., Pa. 
Mass. Inst, of Tech., Key 
West, Pensacola, Miami. 
N. A. No. 1437. HTA. 



OKELL, JACK 

Ensign 
98 Monte Vista Ave., 
Oakland, Cal. Mass. Inst. 
of Teeh., San Diep:o, Pen- 
sacola. N. A. No. 1388 



OLMSTED, GARDNER 

Ensign 
2 115 Telegraph Ave., Oak- 
land, Cal. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., San Diego. Pensa- 
cola, Rockaway. N. A. No. 
1335. HTA. 




OLMSTEAD, H. G. 

Student Officer 
Adrian, Mich. Mass. Inst, 
of Tech., Newport, Miami. 




OLSON, CARL G. 

Ensign 
690 Lawrence St.. Apple- 
ton, Wis. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., Pensacola, Miami. 
N. A. Nn. 1829. HT\. 



OLSON, EDWARD M. 
Ensign 
.372S Byron St., Chicago, 
III. Mass. Inst, of Tech., 
Miami, Key West. Pensa- 
cola. N. A. No. 2486. HTA. 



OLSON, ROBERT W. 

Student Officer 

Ainboy, Minn., Dunwoody 

lust., Minu., Miami. HTA. 



OMARAH, C. B. 

Ensii/n 
Eurek:), III. Mass. InsL of 
I'cch., Akron. Rockaway 
Beach. LTA. 






O'NEILL, I). 1':DWIN 
Ensign 
123 VV. 70th St.. New York 
City. Mass. Inst, of Tech., 
Bay Shore, Pensacola, Pau- 
illac, Moutchic, Fromen- 
tin. N. A. No. 876. HTA. 



ORAM, ROBERT C. 

Ensign 
648 South 2nd East St., 
Salt Lake City. Utah. 
Mass. Inst, of Tech.. Mia- 
mi, Pensaciila, Rockaway 
Beach. N. A. No. 1080. 



ORDWAY, RICHARD S. 

Ensign 
RED. No. 1, Manchester, 
N. H. M. I. T., Moutchic. 
Avord, Er., Old Sarura, 
No. Bomb. Gro. 



N. A. No. 363. 



HTA. 







ORR, FRANK VVYLIE 
Lieut. (J.g.) 
203 North Brevard St., 
CharloHe. N. C. Mass. 
Inst, of Tech., Gunnery 
Inst. 



Student Officer 
3.3.37 Garfield Ave., Kansas 
City, Mo. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., Miami. IITA. 



Ensign 
1.51 W. Pike St., Clarks- 
burg;, W. Va. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., Ray Shore, Pensa- 
cola, Miami. N. A. No. 
1712. HTA. 



Lieut. (j.Q.) 
12 Woodland St., Arlington, 
Mass. Mass. Inst, of 

Tech., Newport, Pensacola. 
N. A. No. 530. HTA. 




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OSGOOD, F. GEORGE 

Lieut, ij-g.) 
18 Harvard St., Laconia, 
N H. Mass. Inst, of Tech., 
Gurtiss Co., Burgess Co. 
Marblehead, Bu. C. & R. 
Wash., D. C. LTA. 

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OSTENBERG, ZENO 
Lieiil. (j.g.) 
R. R. No. 15, box 7.5, Los 
Gatos, Cal. Ma.ss. Insl. of 
Tech., Pensacola, San Di- 
ego. IITA. 



OTTAWAY, F. H. 
Ensign 
Lyons, N. Y. Alass. Inst, 
of Tech., Bay Shore, Pensa- 
cola. N. A. No. 1K17. HT.\. 



OTTERBAf.K, PHILIP G. 

Ensign 
3529 13lhSl.. N.W.. Wash- 
ington, D. C. Mass. Inst, 
of Tech., Akr m, Rockaway, 
Key West. LTA. 



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OWEN, KNIGHT B. 
Lieul. (j.g.) 
Vineyard, Ilavcn, Mass. 
Mass. In.st. of Tech., Pen- 
sacola. Moiitchic, Fr.. Kil- 
ingholme, Eng. liTA. 



mond, Va. Mass. Inst, of 
Tecli., Miami, Pensacola, 
Rockaway lieach. N. A. 
No. 131.5. UTA. 



OAKE.<i, F. W.tnnEN, Jh., Lieul. (j.R.), 677 Emerson St., 
Denver, Colo. Mass. Insl. of Tech., Key West, Fla.- 
C. N. O. Washington, D. C. N. A. No. 466. HTA. 

Oberrendeb, Willabd H., Student Officer, 482 Summit 
Ave., South Orange, N. J. Mass. Inst, of Tech. 

O'BnrEN, A. W., En.sign, 37 Girard St., N. E., Wash- 
mgton, D. C. N. A. No. 6.56. 

O'BniEN, Henry C, Student OlEcer, 10 Howland St., 
Cambridge, Mass. 

O'Brien, Henry N., Student O/Ticer, 110 W. Sandusky 
St., Findlay, Ohio. 

O'Brien, J.vmes, Ensign. N. A. No. 764. 

O'Brien, Lawrence T., Ensign. 

O'Brien, Paul, Student Officer. 

O'Brien, W.m. Van R., Student Officer, 1214 N. Calvert 
St., Baltimore, Md. 

Obrikm-, Edward R., Student Officer, .3232 3d St., San 
Diego, Cal. 

O'Bryan, L. T., Ensign, .Siiringfield, Ky. ."Mass. Inst, 
of Tech., Pensacola, Miami. HTA. 

0'Cai.i.aghan, Thos. E., Student Officer, 1005 W. 10th 
St., Erie, Pa. 

O'CoNNELi., Daniel J., Ensign, 89 Bryant Ave., Milton, 
Ma,ss. N. A. No. 1245. 

O'CoNNELL. Harold P.. Student Officer, 1147 W. 55th 
St., Chicago. III. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Key West. HTA. 

O'CoNNELL. Leland D., Studciit Officer, 393 W. 40th 
St., Los Angeles, Cal. 

O'CONNER, Cornelius J., Ensign, N. A. No. 1117. 

O'Day, Daniel H., Ensign. 

O'DoNNELL. Paul F., Student Officer, 400 S. 15lh St.. 
Phdadelphia, Pa. 

Oelker.s, a. H., Ensign, San Marcos, 
Lakes, III. LTA. 

O'German, Richard J., Student Officer, 
St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

OciER, Walter W., Jr., Student Officer. 

1 St., s 



Tex. Great 
3529 Locust 



O'GoB-MAN, C. J., Ensign, 472 Mai 
Conn. 



Manchester, 
Student Officer, Carthage, 111. 



O'Harra. Roshell B., 
Dunwoody Institute, Minn. 

O'Keefe, Robt. R., Student Officer, 29 St. Rose St., 
Jamaica Plains, Ma.ss. 

O'Keeee, Walter F., Student Officer, 124 E. Fourth 
St., Bethlehem, Pa. 

Oliver, John E., Student Officer. 

O'LoifciiLiN, Leo T., Boatswain, Brookville, Va. N. 
A. No. 1321. 

t)LSEN, Carl G.. F^nsign, 676 Lawrence St., Appleton, 
Wis. Ma,ss. Inst, of Tech., Pensacola, Miami. H'fA. 
Olsen, Harry, Ensign, 321 Fulton St., Palo Alto, Cal. 
O'.Malley, Paul C, Student Officer, Postmaster, N. Y. 




O'Neil, Chas. R., Student Officer, 10 Central Ave., 
Flushing, L. I. 

O'Neil, C. F., Ensign, 370 W^ Market St., Akron, Ohio. 
Mass. Inst, of Tech., Akron, Pensacola. N. A. No. 2438. 
LTA. 

O'Neill, Frank Thomas, Student Officer, 541 Tenth 
Ave., San Francisc^o, Cal. Mass. Inst, of Tech. HTA. 

O'Neill, Neil. Jr.. 750 Bay St., San Francisco, Cal. 
N. A. No. 1351. 

O'Neol, Aiioustin F., Student Officer, 777 Ardiuore 
Ave., Akron, Ohio. 

OppENHEiMER. R. J.. .Studcut Officcr, 419 Sumner Ave., 
Springfield, Mass. Mass. Inst, of Tech. HTA. 

Oram, John F., Lieut, fj.g.). 

Orand, James R., Student Officer, 2208 .Sangar Ave., 
Waco, Texas. 

Ormsby, Tho.mas F., War. Machinist. 

Orb, James O., Student Officer, Woukon, Iowa. Dun- 
woody, Seattle, Wash. HTA. 

Orr. M.\rshall S., Student Officer. Smilry Hall, Clare- 
mont, Cal. 

Orr. R. C, Ensign, 209 S. LaSalle St., Chicago, 111. 
Mass. Inst, of Tech., Pensacola. 

Orme, Charles D., Ensign. 

Ortner, Howard B., Student Officer. 

OsBORN, Charles A., Student Officer, 1502 Columbia 
Road, Washington, D. C. 

Osborne. Edmund B., Student Officer, Stone Bridge 
Road, Montclair. N. J. Mass. Inst, of Tech. 

Osborne, Geo. E., Student Officer. 

Osgood, Wm. P., Ensign. 627 Lake St., Madison, Wis. 
N. A. No. 2414. 

OsTiN, Oscar L.. Ensign, 611 Post St., San Francisco, 
Cal. N. A. No. 2163. 

OsTRiDGE, C. L., Lieut, fj.g.), 198 Summer St., Water- 
town, Mass. N. A. No. 231. 
O'SuLLivAN, H. C, Ensign. 

Oswald, Carl L.. Ensign. 17 Rock Creek Church Road, 
Washington, D. C. 

Ott, G., Ensign. N. A. No. 133. 

Owen, George T., Lieut, fj-g ). 1203 Harvard St., 
N. W., Washington, D. C. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Pensa- 
cola, Queenstown,, Aghada, Whiddy Island; Hampton 
Roads, Va. N. A. No. 274. HTA. 

Owens, James M., Jr., Lieut, (j.g.). Box 268, Palm 
Reach, Fla. 

Owens, Theo.. Lieut. O'g.), College Club, Seattle, Wash ; 
Pensacola, Fla.; Hampton Roads, Va. HT.\. 

OxLEV, John H.. Ensign, Denver Athletic Club, Denver, 
Colo. .Mass. Inst, of Tech., IVnsacola, Wash.. New York. 
N. A. No. 709. 

Oten. a. Scii'IO. Ensign. 1107 Mer. Exch. BIdg.. San 
Francisco, Cul. 




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PAGE, PHILIP SlIMNKH 

Shtdenl Ofjkrr 
158 Saint Paul Si.. Brook- 
line, Mass. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., Kcyport, Elizabeth. 



PAILING, STEHLING M. 

Sluticnt Ofjici'r 
120 North lOlh St.. Apt. 
INo. 1, Browne. Omaha, 
Ne})r. Mass. Inst, of Tech. 
LTA. 



PAINE, BRYSON 
EnHHjn 
Cooler Carlton Hotel, Chi- 
cago, III. Mass. Inst. 
Tech., Key West. N. A. 
No. 1472. HTA. 



P.MNTEB, ALDEN L. 

1027 Western Ave.. N. S. 
Pitlsburnh, Pa. Mass. 

Inst, of 'Jech., Pensacola. 
HTA. 




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PALMER, C. A. 

Ensign 

S5 Ann St., Arkon, Ohio. 
Mass. Inst, of Tech., Akron, 
Tensucola. N. A. No. 1978. 
LTA. 



iPALiVIEU, C. D. 

Ensign ' 

Pensacola, Hampton Rds., 

U. S. S. Texas. Anacostia. 

N. A. No. 116. HTA. 



PARKT. JOHN W. 
Ens iff n 
Quitman, Mi.ss. Mass. Inst, 
of Toch., Akron, Pensa- 
cola. N. A. No. 2156. LTA. 



PARKER, ALTON N. 
Ensign 
Cry s la] Sprinf^s, Miss. 
Mass. Inst, of Tech., Key 
West,, Pensacola. N. A. No 
2132. HTA. 




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PARKER, KENNETH S. 
Ensign 
Parker Pen. Co., Janesville, 
Wis Mass. Inst, of Tech., 
Miami, Pensacola. N. A. 
No. 1042. 



PARKER. PARK G. 
Ensign 
166 N. Mountain Ave., 
MonLclair, N. J. Mass. 
Inst, of Tech., Bay Shore, 
Pensacola, Coco Solo, C. 
Z. N. A. No. 1121. HTA. 



PARKS, BENJAMIN S. 

Ensign 
2712 Halldale Ave., Los 
Angeles, Cai. Mass. Inst, 
of Tech., Akron, Rock- 
away Beach. L. I., N. Y. 
LTA. 



PARKS, RICHARD G. 

Sludenl Officer 
Timonitim, Md. Dun- 

woody Inst., Minn. HTA. 





PARSLEY, CLYDE L. 

Ensign 
RIackstone Hotel, Omaha, 
Nebr. Mass. Inst, of Tech., 
Miami, Pensacola, Chat- 
ham. N. A. No. 1989. 
HTA. 



PARSLOVV, CHARLES E. 

En s iqn 
91.3 W. Bishop St., Santa 
Ana, Cal. Mass. Inst, of 
I'och., Key West, Miami, 
IVnsacola, Hampton (ids. 
N. A. No. 1776. HTA. 



PARSONS, EBEN 
Ensign 
48 Humphrey St., Swamp- 
sott, Mass. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech.. Blue Hill Observa- 
tory, Brunswick, fJa. 



PARSONS, LEWIS M. 
Ensign 
4037 Spruce St., Philadel- 
phia, Pa. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech.. Bay -Shore, Hamp- 
ton Roads, Pensacola. N. 
A. No. 1157. HTA. 




PARTRIDGE. MORRIS 

Ensign 
Partridge Inn. Augusta, 
(ja. Pensacola, Mass. Inst, 
of Tech., Key West. N. A. 
No. 2491. HTA. 



PARTRIDGE. W. H., Jr. 

Ensign 
Brook St., Wellesloy, Mass. 
Akron, Pensa.. Rockaway, 
(Jueenslown. R. N. A. S., 
Roeliampton, La PalMcc, 
lirest. LTA. 



patti<:rson, \v 

Sludenl Officer 
Devon, Chester Co 
Mass. Inst, of Tech. 



. H. PATTERSON, W. K. 

Ensign 
„ Pa. 208 S. I3th St.. Harris- 
IITA. burg. Pa. M. I. T., Key 

West, Miami, Pensacola, 
Hampton Rds., Moutchic, 
N. A. No. 1286. HTA 



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PATTISON, WM. H. 

Sladeni OjJ'icer 
1852 Monroe St., N. W., 
Washington. D. C. Mass. 
Inst, of Tech.. Newport 
INews, Hampton Roads. 
HTA. 



PATTON, JAMES B.. Jr. 

Ensign 

Bon Air, Va. Mass. Inst, of 

Tech., -"'Miami, Pensacola. 

N. A. No. 1.331. HTA. 



PAUL, F. C. 

Student Officer 

Watertown. Fla. Great 

Lakes, Pensacola. LTA. 



PAXSON. DAVID W. 

Ensign 
t3l3 Chestnul St., Phila- 
delphia, Pa. Mass. Inst, 
of Tech., Akron, Rockaway 
Beach. LTA, 



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Lieutenant Buonson Leaving Experimental Catapult in F Uoat 





I'EARCE, J. STEELE 
Student Officer 
23 East Tulpehocken St., 
Oermuntown, Philadelphia, 
Pa. Duuwoody Inst. Minn., 
Miun. HTA. 



PEARSON. FRANCIS H. 

Strident Officer 
66 N. Clay St., Hinsdale, 
III. Mass. Inst, of Tech. 
HTA. 



PEASLEE, ALFRED T. 
Ensifjn 
1.590 Locust St., Dubuque, 
Iowa. Mass. Inst, oi' Tech., 
Key West, Miami, Pensa- 
cola. N. A. No. 1646. HTA. 



PECK, F. C. 
En^Kia 
586 Firth Ave., New York 
City. Mass. Inst, of Tech., 
Pensacola, San Diego. N. 
A. No. 733. HTA. 





PETTERSON, S. 1 
Enxirin 
Princeton, Minn. Minne- 
apolis, Miami, Pensacola. 
HTA. 



PETERSON. WM. LOUIS 

Lidil. (,/.(/.) 
10.) Rarry St., Boston, 
Mass. Mass. Inst, of Tech., 
R. A. F., Killingholme. 
Ent,'., Whiddy IslanrI, Ire. 
N. A. No. 185. HTA. 



PETTIT, ARTHUR E. 
Ark. Seattle. 



Stuttgart, 

San Diego. Pensacola 

A. No. 2257. HTA 



IN. 



PHEL/kN, JAMES 
Ensign 
-13 Rasselt St., Lynn, .Mass. 
Pensacola, Norfolk, Kill- 
ingholrni\ Eng. N. A. No. 
220. HTA. 




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PHELPS LVHVN P. 
Ensign 
1317 S. iLh Ave.. Louisville, 
Ky. Mass. Insi. of Tech. 
Hampton R'^ads, Key 
WesL, Pensac la. N. A. No. 
2424. HTA. 



PHELPS, WILLIAMS. 

En s igu 
1121 \a\\o\o St., San Fran- 
cisco, Cal. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., Key West, Miami, 
Pensacola. N. A. No. 1762. 
HTA. 




PHILBROOK. W. M. 

Ensign 
7.J0 Orange Ave., Coronado, 
Cal. Mass. Inst, of Tech., 
Bay Shore, Pensacola. N. 
A. i\o. 1851. HTA. 



PH[LLH>S. ELLIOT S. 
Ensign 
156 K. 7'nh St.- New York 
Cily. Mass. Inst, of Tech. 
Bay Shore, Pensacola, 
Rockaway. N. A. No. 1680. 
HTA. 





PIERCE, ALLEN F. 
Ensign 
]36 N. Euclid Ave, West- 
field. N. J. Mass. Inst, ot 
Tech., Bay Shore, Pensa- 
cola, Ilamplon Rds. HTA. 



PIERCE, IIAHOLDW. 
Ensign 
224 Adams St., Milton, 
Mass. Mass. Inst, of Tech., 
Naval Operations Aviation 
Division. HTA. 




PIERCE, THOMAS D. 

Ensign 
Langdon, N. D. Mass. 
Inst, of Tech., Key West, 
Miami, Pensacfila, Hamp- 
ton Roads. N. A. No. 
2079. HTA. 



PIERREPONT. S. L. 

Ensign 

Ridgefield, Conn. M,iss. 

Iiist. of Tech., HamptOQ- 

Roads. HTA. 




PINKLEY, GEORGE D. 

Ensign 
Gibson City, III. Mass. 
Inst, of Tech., Miami, 
Pensacola. N. A. No. 
2321. HTA. 



PITTELKOW, A. G. 
Student Officer 
.513 Chalmers Ave., De- 
troit, Mich. Great Lakes, 
Pensaeola. 



PITTMAN, GEORGE H. 

Ensign 
4932 Worth St., Dallas, 
Tex. Mass. Inst, of Tech.. 
Key West, Pensacola N 
A. No. 2180 HT\ 



PLACE, PALMER B. 
Sludent Officer 
Newmarket, N. II. Mass^ 
Inst, of Tech. HTA. 




(II) 
PLACE, RUSSELL P. 
Ensign 
198 St. Paul St., Brookline, 
Ma,ss. Mass. Inst, of Tech., 
Pensacola, Eastleigh.Mout- 
chic. He Tudy. N. A. No. 
686. HTA. 




PLANK. EARL F. 
Ensign 
American Flying Cluh. 11 
East 38th St., New York 
City. Mass. Inst, of 

Tech., Miami, Key Weil, 
Pensaeola. N. A. No. 2638. 



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PLATT, FRANK C. 

Ensign 
420 South Elpin St., Tulsa, 
Okla. Mass. Inst, of Tech., 
Miami, Pensacola. N. A. 
No. 256.5. HTA. 




PLATT, LOUIS:j. 

Lieut, ij.g.) 
30 Church St.. New York, 
City. Rockaway. Bu. 

Steam Engineering, Wash.,. 
D. C. LTA. 




PLATT, R. L. 

Ensign 

1127 Grand Ave., Carthage, 

Mo. Mass. Inst, of Tech., 

Miami, Pensacola, N. A. 

[ No. 1648. 




PLUESS, MARTIN D. 

Ensign 
Ansonia, Ohio. U. of 

Wash., San Diego, Pensa- 
cola. N. A. No. 2303. 
HTA. 



POINDEXTER, CARY A 

Ensign 
212 N. 7th St., Temple, 
Tex. Seattle, Wash., San 
Diego, Pensacola. N. A. 
No. 2524. HTA. 



POLLARD, JAMES J.. Jr- 

Ensign 
121 Liberty Road, 
Somerville, Mass. 
Inst, of Tech., Miami, 
sacola. N. A. No. 
HTA. 





POLLOCK. DUDLEY M. 

Student Officer 
11623 Euclid Ave., Clevo- 
land, Ohio. Univ<=^rsil,y of 
Washington. IITA. 



POOR. ALFRED E. 

Ensidn 
35 East 69 Lh St., New York 
City. Mass. Inst, of Tech. 
Key West. IITA. 



POPE, JOHN W. 

Student Officer 
Starkville, Miss. Mass. 
Inst, of Tech IITA. 



PORE, W. M. IL 

Em^ign 

1016 Fosti^r St., Evanston^ 

III. Dunwoody Inst. Minn.^ 

Miami, Pensacola. HTA. 




W:% 



SopwiTH Machine Convehted for Water Work by Adding Pontoons 




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PORIKOS, GEORGE S. 
Student Officer 
Rox 38, Des* Moines. Iowa 
Seattle, San Diego. UTA. 



PORTER, W. LEROY. 
Ensign 
St. Ignace. Mich. Mass. 
Inst, of Tech., Key West, 
Pensacola. Miami. N. A. 
Wo. 1379. HTA. 



[a " POST, C. F. 
Ensign 
58.58 Rartlett St.. Pitts- 
burgh, Pa. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., Cape May. Key 
West, Miami. N. A. No. 
1514. HTA. 



POST, GEORGE R. 
Lieut, (j.g.) 
292 Riverside Drive, New 
York City. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., Ray Shore. Pensa- 
cola. N. A. No. 1198. HTA. 



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PRICE, L. P. 

Student Officer 
5837 Ocean View Drive, 
Oakland, Cal. Seattle, Sao 
Diego, Pensacola. 



PULITZEH, JOSEPH 

Clayton. Mo. Great La'tes, 
Hampton Roads. 



PURINGTON, 

Ensign 
N^^arren Ave., Plymouth, 
Mass. Mass. Inst, of Tech., 
Miami, Pensacola. IN . A. 
No. 1297. HTA. 



Pace, Ashlky D., Student Oflicer. 

Pacr, William G.. Jr., Woodberry Forest, Va. 

Packard, Edward B., Lieut, (j.g.)., 12 Marion Road, 
Watertown, Mass. Akron, Cape May, Rockaway. LTA. 

Packard. Laurens A., Student Oflicer, -ISS LaGrange 
St., S. Haven, Mich. 

Packer, Roscoe W., Student Officer, R. F. D. No. 3, 
Marshalllown, Iowa. Univ. of Washington, Seattle. 

Paddlefohd, Glenn D., Student- OIIii-er, .31') Houston 
St., Manhattan, Kans. 

Page, Doinald L., Student Officer, King Edward Apts.. 
Melwood St., FMttsburgh, Pa. 

Page, Kilbv A.. Student Officer. 415 W. Davis St., 
Burlington, N. C. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Bay Shore, L 
Brunswick, Ga. ; Key West, Fla. HTA. 

Paige, Edgar R., Student Officer. 

Paine, Stephen, Ensign, 409 Commonwealth Ave., 
Boston, Mass. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Key West, Fla^ 
N. A. No. 1165. HTA. 

Palmeuo, Roland, Ensign, The Edgemere, East Orange, 
N. J. Pensacola; Dover, Portland, Eng.; Op., Washing- 
ton, Hampton Roads, Va. 

Palmer, Charle.s B., Student Officer. 293 Goundry St.. 

N. Tonowunda, New York. Mass. Inst, of Tech. HTA. 

Palmer, Richard R., Easigo. N. A- No. 1«62. 

Palmer, T. R., Ensign, 313 Wyoming St.. Ei Paso. Tex- 

Pensacola; Moutchic, Clermont, Ferrand. L'\ber Vrach.St. 

Trojan. San Diego. N. A. No. 395. HTA. 

Panco.st, Maurice H., Ensign, R. F. D. No- 6, Lansing, 
Mich. 

pANN, E. 11. , Ensign, Stanford University, Cal. N- A. 
No. 19«7. 

Paboee, Clarence G., Lieut, (j.g.), P. O. Box 231, 
Hampton Roads, Vn. 

Parent, J, H., Ensign. N. A. No. 1303. 

Parke. Richakd C, Student Officer, Timonium, Md. 

Parker. Austin, Lieut, (j.g.), New York City. Aviation 
Corps, French Army, Porto Corsini. Venice {241st 
Squadron, Ilalian Navy). N. A. No. 1030. HTA. 

Parker, Erlon H., Ensign, Farrnington, Me. Tours, 
San Raphiel, Issoudon, Moutchic, Dunkirk. Fr.; Bolsena, 
Italy: Scotland; Rockaway Beach. N. A. No. 758. HTA. 

Pahker, Knowlton, Student Officer, Robinson, Kans. 

Parker, P\hk G., Ensign, 166 N. Mt. Ave.. .Montdair, 
N.J. N. A. No. 1121. 

Parker, Raymond H., Student Officer, Bluehill, Me. 




Parkinson, Geo D., Ensigi 
City, Utah. 

Parks, Reath Wm., Student (Xli.'pr. 1484 East 108 St.. 
Cleveland, Ohio. Mass. Inst, of Tech. HTA. 

Parlett, Bvymond C, Ensign, 1509 R. Biddle St., 
Baltimore, Md. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Packard, Detroit, 
Mich. 

Parons, R. M., Ensign, Amaganselt, L. I. 

P.VRRELL, Stephen .\., Lieut, (j.g.l. 

Parslow. W -M. K., Student Oilicer, Wesleyan Univ., 
Middleton, Conn. 

P\RsoNs, J-Ilmes H., Student Officer, 511 Spruce Ave., 
Kansas City, Mo. 

Parvin, 3. L., Lieut, (j-^). Prosper, Tex. N. A. No. 691. 

Pashlev. \\ m. p.. Student Officer, 132 St. James Place, 
Brooklyn. N. Y. Great Lakes. HTA. 

Pass, B H., Ensign, S. Avery Ave., Syracuse, N. Y. 
Mass. Inst, of Tech., Key West, Miami, Pensacola. N. A. 
No. 1390. HTA. 

Patrick, Harry. Student Officer, 4943 Blackstone Ave., 
Chicago, 111. 

Patterson, J. D., Ensign, 1039 Magazine St., New 
Orleans, La. 

Pattee\son. Z. H.. Eii-sign, 2 1 Fountain Place, Pough- 
keepsie, N. Y. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Bay Shore; Pensa- 
cola, Fia.; Rockaway Beach, L. L N. A. No. 324. 

Pattillo. T. B.. Ensign, Terrell, Texas. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., Bay Shore. Pensacola, P^la. N. A. No. 1109. HTA. 

Pattox, Habrv C, Student Officer. Mill City, Oregon. 

Patton, Jos L., War. Machinist, Bon Air, \'a. 

Patton, La\\ rence IL, Studcnl Officer, 80 Bhodcs 
Ave., Akron. Ohio. 

Pal-ken. C. H., Lieut, (j.g.), 228 Mt. Hope Place, New 
York City. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Hamraondsport, Glou- 
cester. 

Paul, Arthiir. Lieut, (j.g.). Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia, 
Pa. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Pensacola. Hampton Roads, 
Bay Shore; Brunswick, Ga.; Miami, Fin. N. A. No. 310. 
HTA. 



Paul, E. R., Ensitrn, 21.12 Piedmont Av 
Cal. N. A. No. 1925. 



Berkeley, 



Paul, John Gile, Lieut, (j.g.), Watertown. Fla. Mass. 
Inst, of Tech., Akron. Hampton Roads, U. S. Fleet, 
(U. S. S. Shawmut), Key West. LTA. 

Paulsen, C. II., Ensign. 228 Ml. Hope PI., New York 
City. 



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PAY^E. C. H.. Ensidn, 201 Wealhcrlicld Ave., Hartford, 
Conn. N. A. No. 4H:i. 

Payne. Clyde S., Ensign, 1!J.50 Jones St., San Francisco, 
Cal. 

Payne, Robert I., Student OfTiror. 

Payson, S. E., Lieut, (j.g.), Loma Portal, San Diogo, C.il. 
N. A. No. 432. 

PEABnnY, .Iiii.iAN, Lieut, (j.g.), Westhury, N. Y. Intelli- 
gence Oilicer, Washington, Moutchic, Paimboeuf, Guipa- 

vas. 

Peachy', Henry' Kyd Doi'GLA.s, Ensign, The Decatur 
Apis., Washinglon, D. C. Naval Ohservalory, Washing- 
ton, D. C; Aeronautical Accessory Dept., New York City. 

Peacock, EnwAnn L,, Ensign, 50 King Ave, Detroit, 
Mich. Mass. Inst, of Tech.. Miami, Pensacola. N. A. No. 
1.516. IITA. 

Peakes, G. L., Student Olhcer, General Bakelite Co., 
Perth Amboy, N. J. Mass. Inst, of Tech. HTA. 

Peale. Wm. B., Student OITicer, 40 E. 62 St., New York 
City. 

Pearson, Maury C, Student OIHccr, Care of Central 
Nat'l Bank, Spartanburg, S. C. 

Pearson, P. C, En.sign, Greenwich. Conn. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., Miami, Pensacola. N. A. No. i:i68. HTA. 

Pease, Maxfield, Ensign, 15 Queensherry St., Boston, 
Mass. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Bulfalo, Washington, New 
York. HTA. 

Peck, Fremont G., Student Ofliccr, 381 Clinton Ave., 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Peck, Scot E., Ensign. N. A. No. 916. 
Pederson, John E., Ensign. 

Pedott, .SroNEV, Ensign, 4339 Boulevard, Chicago, 
III. N. A. No. 2294. 

Peifeer, Lawrence J., War. Gunner. 
Pelton, Paul C, Student OfTicer, 125 Pearl St., Rut- 
land, Vl. Mass. Insl. of Tech., Miami, Fla. HTA. 

Peltz, Gordon M., Lieut, (i.g). 123 Ilhaca St., Elm- 
hursl. L. I., N. Y. Mass. Inst, of Tech , Great Lake^ Train- 
ing Si a lion. HTA. 

Pemberton. Henry R., Sludent OfReer, 1008 Clinton 
St., Philadelphia. Pa. 

Pemberton, Wm. L., Ensign, 30 West 44-th St., New 
York City. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Akron, Ohio; Pensacola, 
Fla. N. A. No. 1364. LTA. 

Pendleton, M. E., Ensign, 247 Rodes Ave., Lexinglon, 
Ky. 

Pengue, A. F., Carpenter, 148 Orchard St., Bridgeport, 
Conn. 

Penn. Albert W., Ensign, 3112 West Ave., Austin, 
Tex. Mass- Inst, of Tech., Miami, Fla.; Pensacola. Fla. 
HTA 

Penniman, C. F., Lieut, (j g.), Care of R. H. Johnson, 
1816 Park Ave., Richmond, Va. N. A. No. 2350. 

Pennock, E. R., Ensign, 1111 Seventh Ave., Altoona, 
Pa. 

Peivrode, Glenn Frank, W^ar. Machinist, 12 Wood- 
ward Terrace, Delroil, Mich. 

Pentz, R. II., Student Oflicer, Du Rois, Pa. Mass. Inst, 
of Tech.. Miami. IITA. 

Perkins, Arnold M., Ensign, 310 N. Vienna, Ruslon, 
La. N. A. No. 2309. 

Perkin-s, C. B., Student Omeer, 760 Milwaukee St., Den- 
ver, Colo. Seattle, Wash.; San Diego. HTA. 
Perlman, Jesse B., Ensign. 

Perin, Oliver W., Student Orticer, 5363 Hamilton 
Ave., Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Pekbin. G. M , Sludent OfTicer, 12 Ca]>en St., Sloughlon, 
Ma.ss. Mass. Inst, of Teeh. HTA. 

Perron, II. V., Ensign. N. A. No. 357. 
Pebby, p. B. . Sludent Omcer, 25 I 5 Columbia Bd.. N. W., 
Washington, D. (I. 

Pebry R. D., Ensign, 2426 VrginiaSi.. Herki4ey. Calif. 
Mass. Insl. Tech., Hay Shore. Penfaenla, M:anir Miami 
Marine Field, San Diego. HTA. 

Pebby, Volney B., Student O/Ticcr, Cambridge, Mass. 
Pebby, Warren B., Student Ollicer, Braltlehoro, Vt. 
Pebby, William M., Student Officer, 4953 Fountain 
Ave., St. Louis. Mo. 

Peterm^nn, M. v., Jr., Student Oflicer, Franklin 
Grove, Illinois. Dunwoody Inst., \4inn.; Miami. H'J'A. 
I'ETEBS E. B., Ensign, 1222 Irving St., Washinglon, 
DC. 

Peters, Harlow J., Student Officer, 62 West 51st. St., 
New York City, N. Y. Ma.ss. Inst, of Tech. IITA. 

Peters, Karl A,, Student Officer, 310 N. Warren Ave.. 




War. Gunner. 
Student Officer, Llewellyn Park, 



Big Rapids, Mich. 
HTA. 

Peters, Beed G., Ensign, 4822 Cass St., Omaha, Nebr. 
Peters, Thomas B., Sludent Officer, Chandler Hotel, 
Fort Worth, Tex. 

Petersen, II. P., War. Machinist, 257 W. Grand St., 
Elizabeth, N. J. F.astleigh, Eng 

Peterson, Emmett J., Student Officer. 
Peterson, F. Somebs, Lieut, (j.g.), Belvedere, Marin 
County, Cal. San Diego, Pensacola, Key West. N. A. 
No. 2236. HTA. 

Peterson, Joel B., Student Officer, 11132 S. Hoyne 
Ave., Morgan Park, III. 

Peterson, Lerov, Student Olficer, 69 West 11th St., 
New York City. Mass. Inst, of Tech. IITA. 

Peter.son, Wm. IL, Student Officer, 2719 Wheeling St., 
EI Paso, Tex. 

Petree, Jay Ralph, Ensign, Oregon, Mo. Seatlle, 
Wash.; Miami, Pensacola, Fla. N. A. No. 2160. HTA. 
Petbinc, G. K., Student Officer, Nebraska Cily, Nebr. 
Mass. Inst, of Tech. HTA. 

Pettyjohn, C. B., Ensign, 700 Federal St., Lynchburg, 
Va. Mass. Inst, of Teeli., Akron, O.; Rockaway Beach. 
LTA. 

Pfeiffer, Lawrence J., War. Gunner. 
Pharis, Chas, S., Student Officer, 1750 W. Genesee St., 
Syracuse, N. Y. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Bay Shore, N. Y. 
Pheiffer, Arthur E., Ensign, 4 Iladwen Lane, Wor- 
cester, Mass. N. A. No. 1193. 

Phelps, Dudley W., Student Officer, 1757 K St., N. 
W., Wash., D. C. 

Phelps, Wm. C, Student Officer. 

Phii.bin. Gerald G., Ensign, 63 W. 52 St.. New York 

Cily. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Key West, Miami, Fla., 

Rockaway Reach, Moulchie, Conyagne, Malpensa. HTA. 

Phillips. Arthur Wm., Sludent Officer, 29 E. Slate 

Si.. Albion, N. Y. 

Phillips, Henry" A., Sludent Officer. 

Phillips, Paul M., Student Officer, 1218 Washngton 
St., Wilmington, Del. 
PiiiNNEY, James IL, 
PiAGET, Eugene A., 
West Orange. N. J. 

PicciRiLLi, P. J., Lieiil. (,).g.). 

PiCKARD, Clarence, Student Officer, 410 E. 4th St., 
Indianola, Iowa. 

Pickard. Willard C, Student Offiicer, 410 E. Fourth 
Ave., Indianola, I *wa. 

Pickering. Leland L., Student Officer, R. F. D. No. 4, 
Fnllerlon, Cal. 

Pickett, Harold C Student Officer, 24 Andover St., 
Georgetown, Mass. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Key West. 
HTA. 

PiEL, W., Ensign. 150 Riverside Drive, New York City. 
Pierce, Allin H., Student Officer. 

PiEBCE, Fbancis B., Student Offiicer, 2225 Sedgwick 
Ave. New York City. 

PiEBCE. Haboli) W.. Ensign. 224 Adams St., Millon, 
Mass. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Naval Operations Aviation 
Division. HTA. 

PiEBCE, James L., Student Officer, Blessing, Tex. 
Seatlle, Wash. HTA. 

Pierce, William Bbown. .Sludent Officer, 5114 Harper 
Ave., Chicago, III. Great Lakes. HTA. 

Piers. Eber F., Lieul. (.j.g.), 2730 Harrison Ave., 
Ogden, Ulah. Mass. Inst, of Tech., San Diego, Cal.; 
Pensacola, Fla.; Navy Dept., Washington, D. G. LTA. 

PjE <soN, Lisle Avery, Ensign, 441 Greenwich Ave., 
New Haven. Conn. Columbia Univ.. Detroit. Great Lakes. 
I'iGEON, Frank B., Student Officer, 174 Lexington St., 
I^asl, Boslon, Mass. 

PiGON, C. II., Ensign. 36 Wallace Si., Somerville, Mass. 
Mass. Insl. of Tech., Miami, Pensacola, Fla. N. A. No. 
1611. HTA. 

Pike, C. M., Ensign, Lubec, Maine. N. A. No. 293. 
Pillars, Herbert O., .Student Officer, 308 Muscatine 
Ave., Iowa Cily, I-iwa. 

Pine, Charli-is A., Student Officer, 44 W. Sydney Ave., 
Mount Vernon, N. Y. 

PiNKHAM, Geo. F., Ensign. 

PiNKNEY, Harold M., Student Offiicer, 247 Ida St., 
Alegan, Mich. 

Piper. H. C, Ensign, 321 Clifton Ave., Minneapolis, 
Minn. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Miami. N. A. No. 1515. 
HTA. 



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Piper. Robert L., Jr., Rnsifxn. Tyrone, Pa. R. N. A. S. 
Cranwell, Eiig.; R. A. F. CfiiK'l, En^^.: I^aimboeiif, France, 
and Cai.e May. N. A. No. 667. LTA. 

Piper, Walter S., Student OiTicer, 169 Fourth Ave., 
L. I. CiLy, N. Y. 

Pipp, Walter C, Sludent Ofri(;er, Care American 
League Base Ball Club, New York City. 

Pitts, J. L., War. Machinist. 

Pitts, W. S., Lieut, (j.g.), 116 Grove Si., Montgomery, 
AJa. N. A. No. 470. 

PiTZER, L. J., War. Machinist, Waukegan, III. 

PixLER, L. C, Ensign. 

Plaster, Max L-, Student Officer. 

Platt, Willl\m, Ensign, 135 E. 66th Si., New York 
City. Mass. hist, of Tech., Hampton Roads, Pensacola, 
Anacostia; Moutchic, BresI, France. N. A. No. 4B9. HTA. 

Plumb, Walter FitzGerald, Ensign, 32 Pleasant Si., 
S. E., Grand Rapids. Mich. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Key 
West, Miami, Pensacohi. N. A. No. 1812. HTA. 

Plumb, Walter G., Ensign, 2123 Cal. St., Washington, 
DC. 

Polk, Earle V., Sludent Officer. 

PoLK, E. F., Sludent Officer, BoHvar, Tenn. Mass. 
Inst, of Tech., Akron. O.. Rockaway Beacli. LTA. 

PoLLARij, Patrick M. 

Pollard, R. V., Ensign, 1016 River St., Ffyde Park, 
Mass. Mass. Inst, of Tecli., Squautum, Akron, Rockaway, 
Brest, Ray Shore, USS. Arkansas, Pensacola. HTA. 

PoNo, Cornelius V., Student Officer, 1515 W. King St., 
Owosso, Mich. 

Pope. Arthur W., Jr., Ensign, -128 Ch;ir|fs River Ro;iil, 
Cambridge, Mass. 

Pope, Loverne A., Lieut, (j.g.). Care of J. H. Pope 
R. J>. No. 1, Hastings, Nebr. RAF, f:ranwell, Eng., 
Howdon, Lowlhorpe, Yorkshire, Eng., Kingsnorlh, Kent , 
Eng. N. A. No. 1032. LTA. 

Pope, Wm. H., Sludent Oincer, 163 K. College St.. 
Oberlin, Ohio. 

PoRCHER, Fr.A-NCis D., Sliident (_)ifircr, 103 Gainsborn, 
Boston, Mass. 

Porter, Frederjc H., Sludent Officer, < ic nigral Delivery, 
San Diego, Cui. 

Porter, John, Jr., Ensign, Fessenden School. Wi-st 
Newton, Mass. Mass. Inst, of Tech. 

Porter, James M., Jr., Ensign, 53 Norlfi 3d St., Easion, 
Pa. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Pensacola, Fla.. Miami 'Marine 
Field); Northern Bombing Group, France. N. A. No. 6.'S.>. 
IITA. 

Porter, Thurman H., Sludent Officer, HU 4lh St., 
S. E., Minneapolis, Minn. 

Potter, T. W., Ensign, Wc^lchester, N Y. 

Potter, Wm. F., Ensign, 2501 Girard Ave, S. Minne- 
apolis, Minn. 

PouNii, H. W., Ensign, 1016 E. Center St., Warsaw, 
Ind.; Dunwoody, Miami, Key West, Pensacola. HTA. 

Pounds, Arthur K., War. Boatswain. 

PouiND.s. Lewis C. Student Officer, 317 E. I7lh Si., 
Brooklyn, N. Y. Mass. Jnsl. of Tech.. Miami. HTA. 

PowE, W. C, Ensign. Newton, Miss. N. A. No. 986. 

PowEL, liENJAMrN R.. Sludcnt Officer, P. O. Box 212, 
Montgomery, Ala. 

Powell, Ralph C, Sludent Officer, Allendale Farm, 
Media, Pa. 

Powell, Robert James, Ensign, .32() W. 72d St., 
New York City. Mass. Inst, of Tech., liuffalo, W asfi- 
ington. New York. 

PowER.s, A. H.. Ensign, 611^2 Main Si., Fort Worth, 
Tex., Seattle, Washington; San Diego, Cal., Pensacola, Fla. 
N. A. No. 2291. HTA. 




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Powers. Edward W., Ensign, 271 \\'estwood St., 
Youngstown, Ohio. 

Powers, George E., StudenL Oflirer, IBl Somerset Ave., 
Taunton, Ma.ss. 

Powers, T. G., Ensign. 

Pratt, Henry Z.. War. Machinist, 100 W. M5th St., 
New York City. N. A. No. 126, 

Pratt, J,\mes M., Lieut. (j.K.), 371 Cenlral Parlt West, 
New Yorli City. Mass. In,sl. olTech., Chatham, Newport, 
R. I. 

Pratt, PHir.rp R., Ensign, 2015 Columbia Rd., Wash- 
ington, D. C. Ma.ss. InsL. of Tech., Pensarola, Hampton 
Hoads, Langley Field. N. A. No. 418. HTA. 

PBEHt^E, Kred C, Student Officer, 218 E. 12th St., 
Hutchinson, Kans. 

Preston, Clifford H., Eusign, .50 Washington Sq., 
East, New York City. 

Preston, E. M., Student OIRcer, .515 W. Franklin St., 
Richmond, Va. Seattle, Washington- HTA. 

Preston, Ralph A, D.. Ensign. N. A. No. 619. 

Preston. Randall J., SludeuL Oflicer, 1601Hveworth '; I 

Bldg., Chicago, III. A\\f!l 

Price, Robert M., Ensign, 210 N. Laurel St., Hazelton, 
Pa. Key \\'est, Pensacola. IITA. 

PaiDniR, Tazewell Patton, Student (Jiricer, Waco, 
Tex., First Slate Bank & Trust Co. Seattle, Washington. 
HTA. 

Pride, Alfred M., I'^nsign, 150 Hudson St., Sommer- 
ville, Mass. N. A. No. 1110. 

Prien, Wm.ter F., Lieut, (j.g.), 68 Nicholson St.. 
Rochester, N. \. Mass. lust, of Tech.. Washington. 
London, Dunkcrque, Lc Croisic, Norllicrn Bombing 
tiroiip. HTA. 

Prince, Earl S.. Student Ollicer, Salt Lake City. 

PniNnLE, KinK H., Ensign, Spirit Lake, Idaho. Mass. 
Inst, of Tech., S,in Diego, Cal.; Pensacola, Fla. N. A. 
No. 1801. HTA. 

PHiTCiunD, A. n., Studcril Ollicer, 1515 W. Monroe St., 
Chiiago. III. 

Pbitcimutt. Wm. IL, Student Oiriccr, 5 15 I-]. Buchlel 
Ave.. Akron. Ohio. 

PaocToa. C. C, Ensign, nearborn. Mich. N. A. 
No. 977. 

Proctor. I'mil Milton. I'aisign, 1021 Main St., Kansas 
Citv, Mo. Mass. Inst, oi' Tech., Key West, Pensacola, 
N. A. No. 2817. HTA. 

Proctor. Biliui \N ., Stnilent Officer, 188 Elm St., 
North Cambridge, Mass. 

Pros.ver. .Iames C., Student (Jlliccr, 8505 Decker Ave., 
Cleveland, Ohio. 

Provost, Eusebe, Lieut, fj.g.), 16 9Lh Ave., Haverhill, 
Mass. Mass. Inst, of Tech., He Tudv, Portu Corsini, 
Italy. N. A. No. 323. 

Prudhom, Harold C, Ensign, 305 Union Sla. Plaza, 
Kansas City, Mo. 

Pulitzer, IL, Lieut, (j.g.), 7 E. 73d St., New York. 
N. A. No. 410. 

PuLsiFER, G. H., Ensign, 20 Rirch Hill Roail, Newlou- 
ville, Mass. Mass. Inst, of Tech. HTA. 

Punnett, T. R., Ensign, 41 W. 10th St., New York City. 
Mass. Inst, of Tech., Cranwell, Eng.; Roehamptou, Eng.; 
Pairaboeuf, France. 

PuRCELL, Edward W., Student Officer, 1 106 Delaficid 
Place, Washington, D. C. 

PuRDHEN, Harold E., Student Officer, 1177 Norteii 
Ave., Los Angeles, Cal. 

PuRny, Clair ,L, Ensign, '<'> Lansing St., .\uhnrn, N. Y. 
N. A. No. 1655 

PuRDY, Herbert McL., F]nslgn, N. A. No. 654. 

Plrsell. Geokoe F., Ensign 




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QUIGLEY, F. R. 

Ensign 
558 Lexington Ave., New 
York City. Seattle, San 
Diego, Pensacola. N. A. 
No. 2448. HTA. 




QUINN, DAVID H. 

Ensign 
568 Newbury St., Boston, 
Mass. Mass. Inst, of 

Tech., Miami, Pensacola. 
N. A. No. 2403. HTA. 



RALPH, THOMAS G. 

Ensign 
54 Hawthorne Ave., Graf- 
ton. Pa. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., Bay Shore, Pensa- 
cola, Sydney, N. S., Hamp- 
ton Roads. HTA. 




RAMEY, ARTHUR G. 

Ensign 
.311 E. Washington St., 
Charlestown, W. Va. Mass. 
Inst, of Tech- 




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RAMSEY, B. M. 

Ensign 
348 l.Tlh Ave., Newark, 
N. J. Mass. Inst, of Tech., 
Pensacola, Halifax. N. A. 
No. 1077. HTA. 



RANKIN, HENRY 

Student Officer 
Gastonia, N. C. Mass. 
Inst, of Tech., Miami. 
HTA. 



RATHFON, L. PAUL 

Student Officer 
The Rosemont, Hutchin- 
son, Kansas. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., Miami. HTA. 



RAUH, STANLEY E. 

Student Officer 

.328 Central Ave., Dayton. 



Ohio. Mass. 
Bay Shore. 



;t. of Tech., 
HTA. 




RAYMER, PAUL H. 

Ensign 
Beaver, Pa. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., Miami, Pensacola, 
Queenstown, Wexford, Ire. 

N. A. No. 12.'-)2. HTA. 



REA, THATCHER W. 

Ensign 
.367 Longfellow Ave., De- 
troit, Mich. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., Bay Shore, Pensa- 
cola, Hampton Roads. N. 
A. No. 710. IITA. 



REAMS, PAUL E. 
Ensign 
7.38 Kirkman St., Lake 
Charles, La. Mass. Inst, 
of Tech., Key West, Pen- 
sacola. N. A. No. 2612 
IITA. 




REBKR. EARL E. 
Boatswain 
1231 Lewis St., San Diego, 
Cal. Mass. Inst, of Tech., 
Pensacola, Newport News, 
Chatham, San Diego. HTA. 




REESE, CHAS. E. 

Student Officer 
249 E. Walnut St., West- 
field, N. J. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., Miami. HTA. 



REICH ELDERFER.F.W. 

Ensign 
Harlan, Ind. M. i. T.. N. 
Sydney, Miami, I'erma., 
U..S.S. Sfiawniiit Lisbon in 
NCI. Traris-Allanlic Flight 
N. A. No. 2122. HTA. 



REMSBURG, JOHN II. 

Ensign 
Middlctown, Md. Mass. 
Inst, of Tech., Key West, 
Pensacola. N. A. No. 1923. 
HTA. 



.REN ISDN, WILLIAM J. 

Ensign 
59 Tonawanda St., Dor- 
chester Dist., Boston, Mass. 
Great Lakes, Pensacola. 




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REYNOLDS, MORRIS W. 

Ensign 
728 Second Ave. . Wesi- 
mont, Johnstown, Penn. 
Mass. Insl. of Tech., Buy 
Shore. Pensacola. N.A.lNo. 
1391. HTA. 



RHODES, C. R. 

Enaufn 
Golden Lake Farm, Wilson, 
Ark. Mass. Inst, of Tech., 
Pensacola, Hampton Rds, 
Morehead City. N, A. No. 
711. HTA. 



RHODES, RUSSEL R. 
Ensign 
248 E. Sixth St., Pern. 
Ind. Mass. Inst, of Tech.. 
Miami, Pensacola, N. Syd- 
ney, N. S. N. A. No. U.U 
HTA. 



RICE, HAROLD E. 
Ensign 
11.39 David Whitney Bide-, 
Detroit, Mich. Mass. Inst, 
of Tech., Key West, Miami, 
Pensacola. N. A. No. 1712. 
HTA. 




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RICH, EDMUND G. 

En s ign 
Maquoketa, Iowa. Dun- 
woody, Great Lakes, Mi- 
ami, Pensacola. N. A. No. 
2586. HTA. 



RICHARDS, C. E, Jr. 
Ensign 
.584 East Rroad St.. Col- 
umbus, Ohio. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., Buffalo, Washing- 
ton, Brooklyn, Garden City. 



RICHARDSON. BAYLE 

Ensign 
3742 Regent Ave.. Nor- 
wood, Ohio. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., Key West, Pensa- 
cola, Miami. N. A. No. 
1192. HTA. 



RICHARDSON, C. S. 
Ensign 
5.50 Belmont Ave., Chi- 
cago, 111. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., Miami Pensacola, 
Great Lakes, Seattle. N. 
A. No. 1108. HTA. 




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niCllARDSON. <:. H. 

Ensign 
40 1 SL GcorKO St., Farm- 
ville, Va. Mass. IiisL. of 
Tech., U. S. S. Ulah. Key 
Wesl, P«^nsacola. N. A. 
No. 231.5. HTA. 




RICHMOND, ISIDOR 
Enslun 
69 Everard St., Beach- 
mont, Mass. Mass. Inst, 
of Tech., Pensacola, Cha- 
tham. N. A. No. 918. 
HTA. 




RICHTER, JOSEPH F. 

Ensign 
212.'! No. Clark St., Chi- 
cago, III. Harvard Radio, 
Great Lakes, Miami. HTA. 



RIDER, FRANK J., Jr. 

Sittdent OJj/lcer 
Hartford, Conn. Mass. 
Inst, of Tech., Pensacola. 
HTA. 




HIDGAWAY, TIIOS. N. 

Ensign. 
21011 N. Charles St., Ral- 
tiinore, Md. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., Miami, Pensacola, 
Anacostia, D. C. N. A. 
No. 1:J18. 



RIDGWAY, EDWIN M. 

Machinist 
1717 17th St., N. W., Wash- 
ington, D. C. Col. Univ., 
North. Bomb. Gr., St. 
Inglevert, Fr. 



RIGGINS, LEONARD 
Ensign 
1010 S. Fla. Ave., Lake- 
land. Mass. Inst, of Tech., 
Miami, Pensacola. N. A. 
No. l:i23. HTA. 



ROBBINS, FRED T. 
Ensign 
1112 So. Main St., Roches- 
ter, Ind. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., Key West, Miami, 
Pensacola, Killingholme, 
Eng. N. A. No. 1124. 










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ROBBINS, MARVIN B. 

Sludenl Oj}ici?r 

324 Torboro Si,., Rock 

Mount, N. C. Mass. Inst. 

of Tech., Miami. HTA. 



KOIIBIiNS, R. P. 
Enaign 
TiLusville, Fla. Mass. Inst, 
of Tech., Miami, Key West, 
Pensacoia. N. A. No. 
2.569. HTA. 



ROBERTS, F, F. 
Ensign 

908 Jennings Ave., Fort 
Worth, Tex. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., Pensacoia, Miami. 
N. A. No. 2419. HTA. 



ROBERTS, .lOHN C, Jr. 

Ensign 

Clayton, Mo. Mas.s. Inst, 
of Tech., Miami, Pensa- 
coia, Coco .Solo. N. A. No. 
12K7. HTA. 





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ROBERTSON, CECIL M. ROBERTSON, JOHN E. ROBERTSON, W. H. ROBINSON, A. P . 

Sludenl Ofjicer Sludenl Officer Lieut, (j.g.) Lieut. (J.g.) 

Deputy Clerlt of the 110 Old Orchard .Ave., .56 Wellesley I'll., Dorches- Haverford, Pa. Mass Inst 

Courts, Norfolk, Va. Dun- Webster Groves, Mo. ter, Mass. Mass. Inst, of of Tech., Pensacoia N A 

woody, Minneapolis. HT.\, Mass. Inst, of Tech. LTA. Tech., Boston, Buffalo No 110'^ HTA 

HTA. 





ROBINSON, KOWIN O. 

Ensign 
2925 Gould St., Dallas, 
Texas. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., Miami, Key West, 
Pensacola. N. A. No. 2597. 
HTA. 



ROBINSON. GLEN E. 
Ensifjn 
542 Pipestone St., Benton 
Harbor, Mich. Mass. Inst, 
of Tech., San Diego, Pensa- 
cola, Chatham. N. A. No. 
1255. HTA. 



ROBINSON, J. S. 
Ensign 
King William, Va. Shore. 
Inst, of Tech., Bay Mass. 
Key West, Hami>ton Rds., 
Pensacola. N. A. No. 462, 
HTA. 




RODGERS, OLIVER 

Student Officer 
6500 Fifth Ave., Great 
Lakes, III. Great Lakes. 




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ROE. G. T. 

Lieut, (j.g.) 
19 Wharf St., Boston, 
Mass. M. t. T., Pensa., 
Yarmouth, Loui:h FoyJe, 
Qucenstown. Bay Shorn, 
Key West. N. A. No. 211. 



ROE, HARVEY E. 
Ensign 
Weston, Ohio. Mass. Inst, 
of Tech., Key West, Miami, 
Pensacola, Hampton Rda. 
N. A. No. 1430. HTA, 




ROEDELL, CLARENCE 

Ensign 
Minneapolis, Minn. Dun- 
woody, Mass. Inst, of 
Tech.. Pensacola. N. A. 
No. 927. HTA. 



ROGERS, DONALD J. 

Student Officer 
1614 Girard Ave., No- 
Minneapolis, Minn. Dun. 
woody, Miami. LTA. 




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: ROGERS, GEORGE E. 

Ensign 
1 Jersey St., Dedham, 
Mass. Mass. Inst, of Tech., 
Bay Shore, Pensacola. N. 
A No 1178 JITA 



ROGERS, RUSSELL F. 

Student Officer 
419 Baltimore St,. Musko- 
gee, Oklahoma. Mass. Inst, 
of Tech.. Akron, Rockaway 
Beach. LTA. 



ROHWER, FRANK W. 

Ensign 
Boulder, Colo. Mass. Inst, 
of Tech., Key West, Miami, 
Pensacola, Hamjjton Rds., 
Morehead City. N. A. 
No. 1262. HTA. 



ROLAND, P. W. 

Lieul. (j.g.) 
1046 Morris Ave.,'^.iNew 
York City. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., Key \^'est, Pensa- 
cola. N. A. No. 2501. 




ROLLINS, J. T. 

Student Officer 
College Station, Texas. 
Univ. of Wash., Seattle, 
San Diego. HTA. 



ROOD. ROLLIN T. 
Ensign 
6 Charter Oak St^ So. 
Manchester, Conn. Mass. 
1st. of Tech., Miam , Key, 
West, Pensacola. N. A. 
2402. HTA. 




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ROSENBERGER, F. A. 
Ensign 
1«62 Ontario St., Toledo, 
Ohio. M.I.T., Pensa , Mon- 
tauk. Lough Fo>le, Queens- 
town, Whiddy Is,, Ray Sh, 
N. A. No. 1507. HTA. 





RYAN, EDWIN S. 
Ensign 
31 Douglas Ave., Freoport, 
111. Mass. last, ol' Tech., 
Miami, Key West, Pen- 
sacola. N. A. No. 2482. 
IITA. 



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RYAN, HAROLD L. RYAN, O'NEILL, Jr. 
Lieul. (j.g.) Sludent Ufjicer 
181 Lexinglon St., Waver- 29 Windermere Place, St. 
ly. Mass Mass. Inst, of Louis, Mo., Scallle, Wash- 
Tech., Hamplon Rds., Pen- ingLon. IITA. 
sacola, Moulchic, Croisic, 
Fr., N. A. No. 401. 



QuAKENBlJ.SH, Perry J., Student OfTicer, 169 Kearney 
Are., Perth Amboy, N. J. Mass. Inst. oC Tech. IITA. 

QiHRRiER. IL D., Student Oflicer, Woodsdale, Wheeling, 
W. Va. Mass. Inst, of Tech. HTA. 

Quick, Francis E., Student Officer, 186 Pleasant St., Reao, Robert E., Lieut (j g ) Trinity House Wale 

Newton Centre, Mass. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Key West, town, N. Y. N. A. No. 561. 



N. Y., H. F. C. T<jronto, Camp lior.lcn. Hay Shore, Miami, 
Pcnsacola. Mass. hist, ol Tech. IITA. 

Rkad, George R., Ensign, 33 Dearborn St.. Man- 
chester, N. H. 



Fla, HTA. 



Quick, LA^'sING M., Student Oilicer. 207 Woodworlh New York City. 



Re.\d, IUjssei.l Rariow, Lieut, (jg-), ' ^- 62nd St., 



Ave., Yonkers, N. Y. Mass. Inst, of Tech.. Hay Shore. 
IITA. 

QuiLHOT, Harold J., lilnsign, Johnstown, N. Y. M.ass. 
Inst, of Tech., Key West, Pensacola. iN. A. No. 2398. 
IITA. 

QuiLTY, Sabiuel E., Student Officer, 603 Pii.jo St., Lake 
Charles, La. 

QtTiNLAiv, Herbert V.., Student Olficer, 1878 E. 84th 
St.. Cleveland. O. 

QuiNLAN, Ralph E., Student Olficer, 329 Powe'l St., 
Henderson, Ky. 

QuiNN, Francis W., linsign, .5161 Northumberland St., 
Pittsburgh, Pa. Mass. Inst, of Tech., NorfoU, \a.; 
Akron, Ohio; Hoston, Mass.; Rockavvay Reach, L. I. LT.\. 

QuiNN, J. J., 102 N. 4lh Cavell St., Dululh, Minn. 
N. A. No. 623. 

Quittner, (Jeo., Student Oiru^er, 828 E. Parkway, 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

(,>UMCK, Lensing M., .Student Olficer, 2t(7 W'oodworth 
Ave., Yonlcers, N. Y. 

<.)u.viLLiAN, Whitcomb AV., .Sludcnl Oflicer, 81 Culhert- 
soii St., Atlanta, Ga. 

Rae, John IL, Student Olficer, 571 Park Ave., Rochester. 
N. Y. 

Raffertv, James A., Student Olficer, 327 W. 16th St., 
New York City. 

Raffo, D, O., Ensign, Atlanta. Ga. 

Raiterm. Ciinton R., Student Officer, .\Iexandria, 
Minn. 

Ramsey. D. W. C. N. A. No. 45. 

Handle, Hanson F., Student Officer, 4339 Drexel 
Rlvd.. Chicago. 111. Great Lak&s. 

Randolph. Donald W.. Stuilent Officer. 9th and W^ash- 
ington Sts., W^ilmington, Del. 

Ransom. Julius C, Student Officer, 64 Little Hall, 
Princeton, N. J. 

Ransome, Charles C, Student Olficer, 120 E. 31st St., 
New York City. 

Rapp, Frank A., Stu.lent Olficer, 352 W. Elm St., 
Rrockton, Mass. 

Rasche, Robert C, Ensign, 417 tjlnov Road, Norfolk. 
Va. 

Raseman, Richard J., Student ("ilficcr. 491 1']. Grand 
Rlvd., Detroit, Mich. 

Ratiibun. Harry R., Student Olficer, Glen I'^llyn, Iff. 
Dunwoody Inst., Minn., Miami. IIJW. 

Rattikn, Willia.m J., .Student Ollicer, Anson, Tex. 

Raven. A. A., Student Officer. 

R.awley", Weldon N., Student Olficer. Churchville. \ a. 

Ray, G. W., Jb, Student Officer, 92 Pincknev St., Uoslon, 
Mass.; Seattle. LTA. 

Ray, William L., Sludent Officer, 1600 E. La Rue St., 
Pensacola, F!a. 



He,\d, William A., Jr., laisign, 28 N.issau St., New 
York City. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Pensacola, Ft. Worth, 
Washington. D. C. N. A. No. 1366. HTA. 

Reagan. R. J. Sludent Omcer, 139 State Road, Cvnwyd, 
Pa. 

Reardon, John L., Student Officer. 

Reavii, John W., Student Ollicer, 2913 Macomb St., 
Washington, D. C. 

Redmond, Geralds n L.. Student Oflicer. Tivoli, N. Y. 
Mass. Inst, of Tech., Hay Shore. N. Y. IITA. 

Reed, Edward (Ioodwin, Student Ollicer, University 
Cluh, 3813 Euclid Ave., Clevi4and. Ohio. 

Heed. H.vrry A., .Switow Hlilg., JelTersonville, Ind. 

Heed, Jacob. Lienl. (j.g.), 150 Elm St., Worcester, Mass. 
Squantuni. San Dir-go. HT.\. 

Heed, LtWHENCl-: A.. Student Olficer, 1137 N. Jelf St., 
Springlield, .Mo. 

Heed. L\ whence Neill. Sludent Officer, Ilcber Si)rings. 
Ark. Seattle, W.ash; San Diego. IITA. 

Reed, Leonard W., Student Olficer, 2150 Drake Park 
Ave., Des Moines, Iowa. 

Reed, Royden K., Lieut, (.ig.), 55 Dearborn St., 
Manchester, N. H. 

Reed, Rush IL, Lieut, (.ig.l. 

Reed, William D., Student Officer, Holland, Texas. 

Reeder, J. R., I'^nsign, 641 P.ark Way, Monessen, Pit. 

Heemelin, Clarence B., 3061 Cieinview Ave., Cin- 
cinnati, tlhio. 

Hee\ Fs. Owen T.. Student Olficer. 266 H,indol()h Ave., 
Peoria. HI. Mass. Inst, ol Te(-h.. Key West, Fla. HTA. 

Rehm\n. Norm.vn, Student Officer, 135 Renner Ave., 
Newark, N. J. 

Reich, Frederick C Student Officer, 157 Fourth 
Ave., Long Island City, N. Y. 

Reich, W'illi,\m F., Jr., Ensign. 11-18 St.. Elmhurst, 
Long Island, N. Y. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Key West. 

Reid. Geoffrey L., Student Officer, 111 Main St., N. 
.\ndover, .Mass. 

Rfid. How.\BD C Student Officer, 110 Morningside 
Drive, New York City. Ma.ss. Inst, of Tech., Miami. 
HTA. 

Reid. William S,. Sludcnl Officer, Due West. S. C. 

Reiiicr. Francis D.. Student IJtficer, 101)3 N. Huron 
St.. .\nn .\rbor, Mich. 

Rfifert. J\ck II. , Student Ollicer. 131 Lincoln Ave., 
SvraiMisp, N. Y. -M.lss. Inst, of Tech., Priham Bay, U. S. 
S.'C. 215. HTA 

Heilly, Joseph C, Student Olficer, 21 R E. Price St., 
Philadeliihia, Pa. 

Reinh.\rdt, C. G., Ensign. 103 Roihelle Ave., Phila- 
delphia. Pa. 

Hemev. John T., Lieut. f,i.g.). 1527 New Hampshire 




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Head, Duncan H., Lieut, (j-o). U'l' Crest, Penchase Ave., W ashingtou, D. C. IS. A. Ko. 18' 

251 





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Remmers, John J., Student OtRcer, 1149 N. Raymond 
St., Pasadena, Cal. 

Rentschleh, Peter E., Student Oflieer, m Campbell 
Ave., Hamilton. Ohio. Dunwoody Inst., Minn. HTA. 

Renwtck. Ehle H., Student Office 
Grove Ilall, Boston, Mass. 



3 Briniley St.. 

N, A. 



Renwick, J. G., Lieut, (j.g.), Princeton, N. J 
No. 901. 

Renz, Edwahi) F., Student Officer. .319 Garlield Ave., 
Syracuse, N. Y. Mass. Inst. olTech., Akron, Ohio. LTA. 

Rei'KO, J. S., War. Machinist, Queens Road, Queens, 
Long Island, N. Y. 

Requ.a. Lawrence K., Ensign, 321 Mountain Ave., 
Piedmont, Cal. Mass. Inst, ot Tech., Key West, Pen- 
sacola. N. A. No. 1861. HTA. 

Reuschel, ,I. E., War. Gunner, Maryland Hotel, San 
Diego, Cal. Miami, Pensacola, Harvard, San Diego. 
N. A. No. 1317. HTA. 

Revelle, Hahry H., Student Officer, .506 Lahoma Ave., 
Norman, Okla. 

Rex, Walter Edwin, Ensign, 8836 Crefcld St., Chest- 
nut Hill, Philadelphia, Pa. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Pensa- 
cola, Fla. N. A. No. 1837. IITA. 

Revburn. FRANCrs C, Student Officer, 4.529 Lindell 
Ave., St. Louis, Mo. 

Revcroft, Wendell G., Ensign, 234 Pleasant St.. 
Arlington, Mass. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Key West, Miami, 
Marine Field, Moutchic, N. Bomb. Gr. N. A. No. 
1446. HTA. 

Revmond, Dalton S., 
Baton Rouge, La. 

Reynolds, Harry V., Ensign, 248 S. Flower St.. 
Angeles, Cal. 

Reynolds, Samuel W., Ensign, 714 10th St., Oakland, 
Cal. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Miami, Pensacola. HTA. 

Rhoades. Dee J., Ensign, 704 Locust St., Big Rapids, 
Mich. Seattle, Wash., San Diego. 

Rhode.s. Altgustij.s L., Student Offiiccr, The Alameda, 
San Jose, Cal. 

Rhodes, Braxton, 251 E. Gregory St., Pensacola. Fla. 

Rhodes, Fred B., Ensign. 3006 Albermarle St., Wash- 
ington, D. C. 

Rhodes, Washington I., Student Officer, Toms Brook, 
Shenadoah Co., Va. 

Rice, Albert F., Lieut, fj.g.), 16 Hamilton Terrace, 
New York City. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Pensacola, Fla. 
N. A. No. 433. 

Rice, Chas. B., 
Chicago, 111. 

Rice, Clarence E., 
Nebr. 



N. Blvd. 

Los 



Student Officer, 1225 Jarvis Ave., 
Sludent Officer, Hayes Center, 




Rice, Frederick W., Jr., Student Officer, 16 Elko St., 
Brighton, Mass. Mass. Inst, of Tech. HTA. 

Rice, J. Percival, Student Officer, 2510 Rio Grande 
St., Austin, Texas. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Akron, Rock- 
away. LT.\. 

Rice, Neil W., Ensign, South Hamilton. Mass. Mass. 
Inst, of Tech. 

Rice, .Stanley B., Student Officer, 4142 Parkside Ave., 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

Rice. William^E., Student Officer, Famous Bldg.. 
Perry, Okla. 

Rich, J. J., Sludent Officer, 27 W. 61st St., New York 
City. 

Richard, G. L., Knoxville, Tenn. N. A. No. 497. 

Richards, H. Donald, Ensign, 353 Church St., Royers- 
ford, I'a. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Akron, Pensacola. LTA. 

Richards, Leon K., Sludent Officer, Britt, Iowa. 

Richards, Lorenzo M., Student Officer, Buckinglon- 
ham Apis., Sail Lake City, Utah. 

Richards, Thomas (i., I'^nsign, 619 S. B. B. St., Los 
Angeles, Cal. N. A. No. 2246. 

Richards, W. V., Lieut, (j.g.). Fishers, Ind. 

Richardson, David W., Student Officer, 28 K JUh St., 
New York, N. Y, 

RicFURDSON, Geo. W.. Ensign. 250 W. 82nd St., New 
York City. 

R1CIIARD.S0N, Geo. W., Jr., Student Officer, 138 E. 79th 
St., New York City. 

Richardson, James M., Student Officer, 627 Lake St., 
Madison, Wis. 

Richardson, John, Student Officer, 204 Trust Bldg., 
Rockford, 111. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Miami, Fla. HTA. 

Richardson, Lawrence, Ensign, 45 Weissinger Gaulvert 
Apfs., Louisville, Ky. Mass. Inst, of Tech., New York, 
Rockaway. 



Richardson, Leon C, Student Officer, .308 Eddy St., 
Ithaca, N. Y. 

Richardson, Omar Rurt, Sludent OfPicer, 525 S. 
Central Ave, Glendale, Cal. San Diego, Columbia, 
Ma.ss. Inst, of Tech. 

RiCHAR isoN, W. Landstreet, Lieut. (j.g.), 228 Lincoln 
Place, Brooklyn, N. Y. N. A. No. 582. 

Richardson, W. A., Jr., Sludent Officer. 34 Chestnut 
Drive, Haslings-on-lludson, New York. Muss. Inst, of 
Tech., Miami. HTA. 

Ricmdale. Jay W., Ensign, 7015 Blair Road, Washing- 
ton. D. C. 

Richmond. Edward G., Lie it. (ys-), 74 E. Main St.. 
Fredonia, N. Y. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Akror, Rockaway. 
N. A. No. 914. LTA. 

Richter. Louis A., War. Carpenter. 

RiCKARD, Guy, Ensign, Schoharie, N. Y. Mass. Inst, 
of Tech., Bay Shore, Pensacola, Miami, Curtis Field. HTA 

Ricker, Ellery T., Student Officer, 471 Broadway, 
Cambridge, Mass. 

RiDALL, Edmund W., Ensign, 518 N. Highland Ave., 
Pittsburgh, Pa. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Key West, Miami, 
Pensacola, San Diego. N. A. No. 1174. HTA. 

RiDDLEBERGER, Charles Wm., War. Machinist, 15 W. 
63rd St.. New York City. 

RiESENBERGER, Fr^nk R., Student Officer, 546 Union 
Place, Weehawken, N. J. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Key 
West. HTA. 

RiG-\N, Felix R.. Student Officer. Hayes Slore, Glou- 
chester Co., W. Va. 

RiGDON, Thornton F., Ensign, 163 Billcourt West, 
Lexington, Ky. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Bay Shore, Bruns- 
wick, Key West, Pensacola. HTA. 

Riley, Charles William, Sludent Officer, Burnside, 
Conn. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Key West. HTA. 

Riley, Francis X., Student Officer, W. 231st St., 
Spuyten Duyvil. New York City. Mass. Inst, of Tech., 
Rockaway, N. Y. LTA. 

Riley, George J., Student Officer, 5121 Warnoek St., 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

Riley, Ivers W., Student Officer, 821 6th St., Min- 
neapolis. Minn. 

Riley, Russell F., Student Offiicer, 55 Josephine .\ve., 
Somerville, Mass. 

Ripley, William R., Ensign. Taeoma, Wash. 

RisEL.w, Edmund G., Student Officer, 587 Brectenridge 
St.. Buffalo, N. Y. Mass. Inst, of Tech. HTA. 

Rittenhouse, David, Ensign, 2208 W. 21st St., Min- 
neapolis, Minn. Dunwoody, Key West, Miami, Pen- 
sacola, Pacific Fleet, Langley Field. HTA. 

Roan, William E., Ensign, Ford Motor fj^o.. New 
Orleans, La. N. A. No. 14R8. 

RoARK. Eugene W., Student Officer, 139 W. Gilman 
St., Madison, Wis. 

Bobbins, Joe, Sludent Offiicer, Owosso, .Mich. Dun- 
woody Inst., Minn., Miami, Key West. HTA. 

Roberson, Robert E., War. Carpenter. 

Roberson, T. Lloyd, Student Officer, 5410 Lake Park 
Ave., Chicago, 111. Mass. Inst, of Tech. HTA. 

Roberts, Arthur E., Student Officer, 26 S. High St., 
Jackson, O. 

Roberts, TI. F., Student OlfK^er, 17 Dellinger Ave., 
Batavia, N. Y. Mass. Inst, of Tech. HTA. 

Roberts, Ralph S., Student Offiicer, 1813 Idlewood 
Ave., East Cleveland, O., Univ. of Washington, Seattle. 

Roberts, Roi and W., Student Offiicer. 

Roberts. Thomas T., Ensign, 919 W. William St., Deca- 
tur. 111. N. A. No. 385. 

Roberts, Tobias L., Student Officer, 48 Mt. Desert 
St., Bar Harbor, Me. 

Roberts, Waiter F., Student Offiicer, O'Neill, Nebr. 

Robertson, Fred L., Student Officer. 15 Arlington St., 
Chieopce Falls. Mass. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Miami. HTA 

RoRERTSoN, George M., Student Officer, 38 College 
Ave., New Brunswick, N. J. 

Robertson. Guy R., Student Offiicer. 

Robertson. Hiiling, P., Jr., Student Officer, 404 N. 
9th St.. Temple, Tex. 

Robertson, Thomas J., Ensign, Yale Station, New 
Haven, Cimn. N. \. No. 1845. 

Robertson, W. V. M., Jr., Ensign, 2026 First Ave., 
Birmingham, Ala. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Onerations, 
Washington, D. C, Miami, Pensacola. N. A. No. 2423 
HTA.. 

Robeson, Frank K., Student Officer, 133 W. University 
Ave., Champaign, 111. 



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Robins, John Q., Jr.. Ensig:n, Tupelo, Mi.ss. N. 
No. 1*)30. 

HoBrNSON, A. J., Ensign, lOO Summer St., Maiden, 
Mass. 

Robinson, Chaulfs S., War. Mnchinist, 317 K. 31st 
St., New York. N. Y. 

Robinson. G. B.. Student Officer, Mt. Gilcnd, 0. 
Diinwoody Insf., Minn. 

RoBJNbON, H. A., Ensij-n, 101 Court St., Wesftield, 
Mass. 

R0BIN.SON, Hahry L.. Sludent Oiricer. 8.30 S. SanLe Fe, 
Salin;), Kans. 

Robinson. Ler C. Student Ollicer, 1309 Washtenaw 
Ave., Ann Arbor, Mich. 

Robinson, IA■^N B., Sludent OHlcer. 

Robinson, Russell R.. Student Oilirer, 6353 Greene 
St , Philadelphia, Pa. 

Robinson, S.vmuel, Sludent Olficer, 201 t G St., Wash- 
in^'ton, D. C. 

Robinson, Stanley L., Student ttfficer, Af^ricultnral 
CoUet'e, Miss. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Miami. HTA. 

Robinson, Walter Stevens, Jr., Student Officer, 149 
Miii St., Springfield, Mass. Mass. Inst. oC Tech. LTA. 

Robinson, Wm. B., Ensign, 71-5 K. Buchtel .\vc., Akron, 
O. N. A. No. 2261. 

Robinson, Wm. D., Sludent Ollicer, The Cloister, 1 
Hillhouse Ave., New Haven, Conn. 

Roche. F. J., 20 Ellsworth Ave.. Cambridge, Mass. 

Rockefeller. William O., Lieut, (j g.). Greenwich. 
CoiHL Huntington, Bay Shore, Pensacola, New London, 
Miami, Killingholme, Eng. HTA. 

RocKEY, Stuart S., Ensign, Pipestone, Minn. N. A. 
No. 1802. 

Rockwell. Chas. H., Jh., Ensign, 1 167 Woodlawn Ave., 
Chicago. III. 

Rockwell, Donald E., Ensign, 106 Professors Row, 
Tufts College, Mass. Muss. Inst, of Tech . Miami, 
Pensacola. N. A. No. 2218. HTA. 

RocK^^ooD, Robert K.. Lieut, (j.g.)- 

Rodegerdts. Chris A., 9.')6 Height St., San Friincisco, 
Cal. 

RoDEN, George Robert, Jr., Sludent OHii^cr, 332 
Greenwood .\ve., Wyneole, Pa. Mass. Inst, of Tech., 
Philadelphia, Pa. HTA. 

RoDEN, Hi:nry W., Ensign, IllU Live Oak St., Dallas, 
Texas. N. A. No. 1".13. 

RoDENBAUfiH, Elmeu S., 130 Irviiig St., San Francisco, 
Cal. N. A. No. 1309. 

RoDEB, Walter L., Ensign, Newark, N. J. N. A. No. 
441. 

RooES, Clifton, Ensign, 2037 Douglas Blvd., Louis- 
ville. Ky. 

RoDGERs, Oliver, Student Ofiieer, Care of Mellon 
Nat'l Rank, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

RoDGERs, Wm. R., Ensign. N. A. No. 2160. 

Roe. Harvey E., Ensiiin. Weslon, Ohio. N. A. No. 
1130. 

Rogers, Carl W., Student OfTicer. 36 Parks St., Newton, 
Mass. 

Rogers, Chas. A., War. Gun. 

Rogers, (Jardner S., Ensign, 31 S. Filzhugh St.. 
Rochester, N. Y. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Philadelphia. 

Rogers, Henry L., Ensign, Ocilla. Ga. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., Pensacola, Fla. 

Rogers, Joel Townslev, Lieut, (j-g.), Florence Court, 
Washington, I). C. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Hampton 
Roads, Pensacola. Miami, Rockaway. HTA. 

Rogers, John F., Student Officer, 66 Cannoji St., Pough- 
kee[)sie, N. Y. 

Rogers, Nath.a.niel S., Student Officer, Auburn, AVash. 

Rogers. Rufus L, Ensign, 87 Genessee St., Baldwins- 
ville, N. Y. N. A. No. 1177. 

Rogers. Sampson, Jr.. Student Olficer, Oak Park, 111. 

Rogers, William A., Ensign, Sound View Ave., Little 
Neck. L. I., N. Y. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Pensacola, Hamp- 
ton Roads, Moutchic, Finistere. Morehead City. IS. A. 
No. 634. 

RoHRi.vcH, William IL, Blarksburg, Va. N. A. No. 
1000. 

Rohrer, Henry Augustus, Student Officer, 4.5 East 
Orange St., Lancaster, Pa. Great Lakes, III. 

RoLLEFBON, K. E., Student Officer, 919 Bcekways St., 
Superior, Wis. Dunwoody Inst., Minn. 

Rollins. W., Lieut, (jg.), Brush Hill Lane, Hyde Park, 
Mass. 



RoMNEV, GEORfiE 0.. Ensign, Billings, Mont. 
BoMNEY, WiLFOBO W.. Student Officer, 167 E St., 
Salt L.ake City, Utah. 

Ronald^on, G. M., Ensign. 448 Pike St.. Baton Rouge, 
La. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Miami. N. A. No. 1.335. HTA, 
RooNEY, Edward F., Student Officer, 201 North Col- 
umbus Si., Alexandria. Va. 

Room-:y, James L, Student Officer. 163 Kent St., Brook- 
line, Mass. 

Roosevelt, John K., Lieut, (j.g.), 30 Pine St., New York 
City. 

Root, lUiROETT fi., Student Ollicer. P. O. Box: f023, 
Colorado S[)rings, Colo. 

Root, i Warren J., Student Olficer, 431 Sec. For, 
Savings Bank, Cleveland, Ohio. 

RoRicK, M. H., Student Officer. 2263 CoHingwood 
Ave.. Toledo, Ohio. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Key West, 
Fla. HTA. 

RosROROUGH. James G., Jr., 7300 Mariette Ave., Maplo- 
wood, Mo. 

Rose, A. S., Ensign. Mineral Pt.. Wis. N. A. No. 1758. 
Rose, Austin T., Student Olficer, 625 North Henry St., 
Madison, Wis. 

Rose, D. Morton, Jr., Ensign, 803 West Ilifi St., Knox- 
ville, Tenn. Mass. Inst, of Te'h., Pensacola. N. A. No. 
262. 

Rose, J. E.. Ensign, 39 Draper Terrace. Montclair, N. J. 
Mass. Inst, of Te-^fi., Pensacola. HTA. 

Rose, Joseph H., Student Officer, 42.5 First Ave. Pitts- 
burgh, I>a. 

Rose. Louis, Student Officer, 160 West 87ih St., New 
York (^ily. Mass. Inst, of Tecrh. HTA. 

RosE, Reginald W., Student Officer, 176 East Palmer 
Ave., Detroit, Mich. Dunwoody Inst., Minn. 

Roseborough, J. C. Lieut. (,i.g.), 905 (Jpson Ave., El 
Paso, Tex. 

Ross, E. A.. Ensign, 1200 Matlock Ave., Pearl Harbor, 
Honolulu. 

Ross, Edwin Albert, 1865 West 25th St., Los Angeles, 
Cal. 

Ross. Frank D., Enslirn, I I^iberty St., New .'ork 
City. 

Ross, Howard L., Student Officer. 
Ross, John W., Ensign. N. A. No. 1534. 
Ross, Kenneth D.. Student Officer, N. 1101 Post St., 
Spokane, Wash- 
Ross, L. W., Ensign. 
RossiTER, Richmond, Student Olficer. 
Rothenburg, Merle E., War. Mach. 
RoiHERMEL, Addison J., Student Officer, 131 West 93rd 
St., New York City. 

RoTHWELL. James L., Ensign, 513 Herrick St., Elmira, 
N. Y. Bolspna. Italy; Arcach<,n, Fc. N. A. No. 1460. 
HTV. 

Roughlev, Hugh W , Ensign. 

Rourke, Grattan L., Student Officer, Lisbon, N. D. 
Rouse, Harold A.. Ensign, 255 West 90th St., New York 
City. 

RoussEL, W. D., Student Officer, 422 Gravier St., New 
Orleans, La. 

RouTH, William F., Student Officer, Texas P. ^ L. Co., 
Dallas, Tex. 

RowF. Charles \., Ensign, Roland Park, Baltimore, 
Md. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Bay Shore, Key West, Pensa- 
cola. Moutchic, St. Inglevert, Fr. N. A. No. 736. HTA. 
Rome, Isaac S , Ensign, 1709 N. Calvert St., Balti- 
more, Md. 

Rouen. Edward J., War. Mach., Jamaica Plain, Mass. 
N. A. No. 200. 

Roy, Reuben S., Student Officer, Care of L. S. N. Nat- 
chitoches, La. 

RoYCE, Milton P., Ensign, Itha'-a, N. Y. R. F. D., 
No. 5. Ma?s. Inst, of Tech., Miami, Pensacola. N. A. 
No. 2464. HTA. 

RoYsTER, F. A., Ensign, 303 Colonial Ave., Norfolk, 
Va. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Pensacola, Fla. 
Rlibinkam, H. W., Ensign. N. A. No. 17;'2. 
RucKER. Lite W., Student Ollicer, 1310 June Si., Lo.s 
Angeles, Col. 

RuDv, Walter D.. Student OfUcer, Mt. Airy, Md. 
RueckertF., War. Mach., 308 Adams St., BufTalo, N. Y. 
RuMPH, Floyd Ed., War. Mach. 

RuNDLE, Henhy' M., Student Officer. 305 .\ycrigg A/e., 
Passaic, N. J. 



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Rush, H. L.. Jn.. Lifut. (j.g), 1 100 H. Si.. N. W., Wfish- 
ington. D. C. N. A. No. :i</o. 

Rush, W. L., StudenI Olllrcr, Shiibula, Miss. Diinwoody 
Inst., Minn. 

Russell, Charlks L., I'^iisi^'n :i26.3 Hawlhornn Ulvd., 
St. Lnuis, Mo. Mass. ImsI. ui Tcth., Washinulon, D. C. 
HTA. 

Ru.s.sELL, J.VMES C, Sludonl. OlTicer, 400 Washinglon 
St., Camden, .\rk. 

RussKLL, Philip ,\inEN, Lieut, (js). ni'dham. Mass 
Mass. Inst, of Terh , RiilTalo, E. Greenwicli. H. I. HTA. 

Rust, Edcab II., Ensign, 1229 Clarkson St., Denver, 
Colo. Muss. Inst, of Tech., Ray Shore, Pensacola; Kil- 
llngholme, Eng. N. A. No. 1291. HTA. 

Rust, Lawrence A., Student Omcer, Bloominglon, 111. 
Diinwoody Inst., Miami. HTA. 

Ruth, Vincent E., Student Ofliecr, 9.5B Diversey Park- 
way, Chicago, 111. 



RuTHEREOnD, John M., Lieut, fj.g.). Tuxedo Park. N. 
Y. Bay Shore, L. I.; Key West, Miami, Washington, D. 
C. N. A. No. 164, HTA. 

Ryan, Edmund J., Ensiga, 1595 Heacon St., Brookline, 
Mass. 

Ryan, G. W., War. Mach. 

Ryan, James Hilary. Student Officer, i:! Beaver St., 
Alhion, N. Y. Dunwoody Inst., Mass. Inst, of Tech., 
Great Lakes, Hampton Roads, Pensacola, Bay Shore. 
HTA. 

Ryan, Raymond P., Student Officer, 741 St. Owen PI., 
Bronx, New York City. 

Ryan, Willum Mh.es, Ensign, 2036 Canal St., New Or- 
leans, La. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Key West, Miami, "ensa- 
cola. N. A. No. 1958. HTA. 

Ryeiison, Creichton, Ensign, 515 W. Washington St., 
Jackson, Mich. 

RvLANDER, Paul N., Ensign, 51J Garrett Bldg., Bal- 
timore, Md. 



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Creation of Pensacola 



When tlie Lord wa.s flesigning creation, 
And laying out oeean.s and lands, 
^\ith never a moment'.s la.xation, 
Xot even to spit in His l]and.s — 



As anyone will in a hiirr.y 
He let tilings go Ijy now and then. 
In all the excitement and worry. 
That lie should have done over again. 



So rather than muss up the outfit. 
He saved e\'ery blunder anfl blob. 
And laid them away in the corner. 
To use at the end of the job. 



On the sixth afternoon of the contract- 
His time would expire that day — 
He boiled out the dregs of creation. 
And shoveled the litter awav. 



He gathered the wreckage and tilling. 

The scum and the sewerage and sump. 

And He built on the shores of the Gulf Stream 

The great International Dump. 



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He rushed things then in a htirry. 
And because of the rush He was in. 
He named this place "Pensacola," 
And "Pensacola" it alwavs has been. 



Then feeling sarca.stic and gloomy. 
Because it was Saturday night. 
He picked out the nastiest corner, 
And named it "Han Carlos" for spite. 



It is there that they do things backward, 
.\nil the sand does not dry between rains. 
Where money and high prices are plent.v. 
And thievery better than brains. 



Its the home of the Greek and the slacker 
The buzzard ami mud-colored crows, 
^ly strongest impi-ession of Pensacola 
Got into my head through m,y nose. 




It's file land of the infernal odor 
The town of the national smell. 
The average Americ-an stiilor 
Would rather be qiitirtered in hell. 



So it's back to the north for yours truly- 
Though I'm not wishing anyone ill — 
Pensacola can hang for all I care, 
-Vnd really I hope that she will. 



Yes, it's back to the north for ,vours truly, 
A sadder but wiser chap. 
The Lord pla.ved a joke on all mankind 
When He put Pensacola on the map. 

//' all falrni's.^ to I\'nsarol<i ii'C iril/ liarr In sttji f/ial this poem /.y proixihly fhc result of a '^morning 
ajtcr'^ pessimism and does not do justice to the city or its people. — Editor. 



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SATTERFIELD, D. E., Jr. 

Lieut, (j.g.) 
834 West Grace St., Rich- 
mond, Va. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech. 



SATTERWHITE 
Ensign 
527 Liberty St., Frankhn, 
Pa. Mass. Inst, of Tech.. 
Akron, Hampton Rds., 
U. S. S. Arizona. 



SAUNDERS, DAVID G. 
Ensign 

Emmetsburg, Iowa. Mass. 
Inst, of Tech., Bay Shore, 
Pensacola. N. A. No. 1813. 
HTA. 



SAUNDERS. WM. R. 

Student Officer 

Bedford, Va. Mass. Inst, of 

Tech., Key West. HTA. 




SAVAGE, JASPER V. 
Machinist 
4527 60th St., Portland, 
Ore. San Diego, Great 
Lakes, Columbia Univ. 
HTA. 



SAWYER, LOUIS 

Student Officer 
Fayetteville, Ark. Univ. of 
Wash., Seattle, Key West. 
HTA. 



SCANDRETT, R. B., Jr. 

Ensign 

Engle & Elm Sts., Ten- 

afly, N. J. Mass. Inst, of 

Tech., Pensacola. Akron. 



SCHENCK. JOS. H., 3rd 

Ensign 
Wynnewood, Penn. Mass. 
Inst, of Tech.. Bay Shore 
Pensacola. N. A. No. 1740. 
HTA. 




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sen IFF. HERBERT 
Lieut. (J.g.) 
525 West End Ave.. New 
York City. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech.. Bay .Shore. Pensa- 
cola. Chatham. N. A. No. 
916. HTA 



SCHILLING. WM. C. 
Ensign 
2850 Gravois Ave.. St. 
Louis. Mo. Pensacoia, 
Columbia Univ.. Bay 
Shore. Great Lakes. HTA. 



SCHLUETER. T. L. 

Ensign 
515 Bellevue Ave.. Oak- 
land. Cal. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech.. Miami. Key West. 
Pensacola. N. A. No. 1392. 
LT\ 




SCHLICHTER. F. P. 

Ensign 
28 Radford St.. Yonkers. 
N. Y. Mass. Inst, of Tech.. 
Akron. Rockaway. Hamp- 
ton Roads. LTA. 



SCHLOEDER. N. S. 
Ensign 
3 Eldorado Place. Wee- 
havvken. N. J. Mass. Inst, 
of Tech.. Bay Shore. Key 
West. Miami. N. A. No. 
504. HTA. 



SCHLUMS. OTTO W. 
Ensign 

13 Roxbury Terrace. Ro.t- 
bury. Mass. M. I. T., Pen- 
sacola. Moutchic. Brest. 
Bay Shore, Norfolk. N. A. 
No. 653. HTA. 



SCHLICHTER, A. B. 
Student Offiicer 
Cor. Granby and Main Sts. 
HoUister. N. C. Dun- 
woody Inst. Minn., Minn. 
HTA. 




SCHMIDT, HELMAN 
Carpenter 
503 Chesapeake Ave., East- 
port. Md. Pensacola. Ana- 
costia. D. C. N. A. No 
1026. HTA. 



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SCHMITT, WALTER E. 

Ensiijn 
218 Su|>erior St., Toledo, 
Ohio. Mass. Itist. of Tech., 
Bay Shore, Key West, 
Miami. N. A. No. 1342. 
HTA. 



SCIINABEL, D. C. 

Sladeni Officer 

Grand Forks, N. D. Mass. 

Inst, of Tech., Key West. 

HTA. 



SCHOEPPEL. A. F. 
Studpnl Officer 
Ransom, Kans. Seattle, 
Wash., Miami. HTA. 



SCIIULTZ, E. R. 

Ensiijn 

2112 Jackson St., Sionx 

City, Iowa. Seattle, Great 

Lakes. HTA. 



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SCOTT, BAKER P. 
Enstsn 
Bridgetown, \ a. Mass. 
Inst, of Tech., Miami. 
Key West, Pensacola. 
N. A. No. 2586. HTA. 



SCOT'J', FORRESTERin. 

Ensitin 
Slephen Girard BIdf;., 
PliiJadilphia, Pa, Miami, 
Hampt(jii Roads, l*ensa- 
cola, N. A, No. 2273. 
HTA. 



SCOTT, LEE R. 
Stuf/cfit Officer 
46 West Cayuga St., Os- 
wego, N, Y, Mass, Irst. of 
Tech., Eay Shore, HTA, 



SCOTT, STUABT W. 
Sluilenl Officer 
140S W, Lombard St., Bal- 
timore, Md. Mass. Inst, 
of Tech,, Hampton Roads. 
HTA, 




SCRIVNER, ERVING I, 

Erisitjn 
592 Ayrlesford Place, Lex- 
ington, Ky, Mass, Inst, of 
Tech., Miami, Pensacola, 
HTA, 



SEE, PHILIP H, 
Lieut, (j'.g-) 
,3.|,3 Adelphis St., Brooklyn, 
N, Y, Mass. Inst, of Tech., 
Miami. N. A. No. 1541. 
HTA, 



SEFTON, BENJAMIN E, 

Carpenter 
285 Medford Si., Somer- 
ville. Mass, Bumkin Is., 
Gujan Mestras, L'Aver 
Vracli, Finislerie, Fr. 



SELBY, RALPH L, 

Ensign 
,311 Hubbell BIdg., Des 
Moines, Iowa, Mass, Inst, 
of Tech,, Miami, Pensaco- 
la. N. A. No. 1541. HTA. 



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SELDEN, HAROLD F, 

Lieut, ij.g.) 
1862 Park Road, Wash., D, 
C. Newport, Ilamp. Rds., 
Pensa.,Bay Sh,, Brunswick, 
Key West, Miami, Anacos- 
tia, N. A. No. 491. HTA. 



SHADLE, H. WEBB 

Ensign 
Pie; santville, Iowa, Mass, 
Inst, of Tech., Pensacola, 
Key West, Akron. N. A. 
No. 2675. LTA. 



SHAFER, JACK H. 
Ensign 
621 St. Andrews PI., Los 
Angeles, Cal. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., Miami, Pensacola, 
San Diego, N, A, No, 
1627. HTA. 



SHAFOR, C. G. 

Ensign 
1.314 Bay View Place, 
Berkeley, Cal. Mass. Inst, 
of Tech., San Diego, Pensa- 
cola. N. A. No. 1554. 
HTA. 





SHALLOW, E, B., Jr. 
Ensign 
1090 Dean St„ Brooklyn, 
N. Y. Ma.ss. Inst, of Tech., 
Bay .Shore, Pensacola. N. 
A. No. 1877. HTA. 



SHANNON, JAM ESC, 
Student Officer 
245 Congress St,, Bridge- 
port, Conn, Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., Bay Shore. HTA. 



SHANTS, FRANK L, 
Ensign 
4,33 W. Upsai St., German- 
town, Philadelfthia, I*a, 
M. I. T., Bay Shore, Pensa- 
cola, Brunswick, N. A. No. 
-J311. HTA. 



SHARP, FRANCIS X. 
Student Officer 
436 9lh St,, Brooklyn, N, Y. 
Mass. Inst, of Tech., Mi- 
ami, Pensacola. HTA. 




SHARP, M. X. 

Student Officer 

Hebron, Neb. Mass. Inst. 

of Tech., Key West. HTA. 



SHAW, G. W. 

Lieut, ij.g.) 
Caribon, Me. Hampton 
Roads, RAF. Killingholme, 
Felixstowe, Qiiecnsiown, 
Wexford, Lotijih Foylo. 
N. A. No. 171. HTA. 



SHAW, LAUREN L. 

Ensign 

Shaw Height, Decatur, III. 
Mass. Inst, of Tech., Mi- 
ami, Pensacola, Great 
Lakes, Philadelphia. N. A. 
No. 1659. HTA. 



SHEA- FRANK J. 

Student Ofjirer 

\{)2 First Ave.. Irwin. Pa. 

Mass. Iiist. of Tech. HTA. 



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Gallaudet Seaplaxe 
S/ioiring Propeller Construction Pernliar to This Type of Plane 




SHEA, JOHN J. 
Ensign 
36 Frank St., No. Cam- 
bridge, Mass. Mass. Inst, 
of Tech., Bay Shore, Bruns- 
wick, Key West, Pensa- 
cola. N. A. No. 2362. HTA. 



SHEALY. L. EVANS 
Macti/nist 
Little Mountain, S. G. Peu- 
sacola. HTA. 




SHEEHY, CYRIL, ED. 

Ensign 

3628 So. 26lh. Omaha, Neb. 

Mass. Inst, of Tecli., Great 

Lakes. HTA. 



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SHEIDLEY, H () 
Ensign 
36.54 Campbell St., K i 
Chy, Mo. Mass. Insl 
Tech., Key West. Mi: 
Pensacola. N. A. No 2 
HTA. 




SHEILS, IIKNHY C. 

Ensign 

58 Francis St., Roxbury, 

Mass. Mass. Inst, of Tech., 

liufFalo, Keyport. 



SHELDON, SAMUKL D. 

Ensign 
2415 Sheridan Ave., So. 
Minneapolis, Minn. Dun- 
woody, Mass. Insl. of 
Tech., Pensaccla. N. A. No. 
865. IITA. 



SHEPHERD, SAM'L R. 
Ensign 
177 East Main St., Lan- 
caster, N. Y. Mass. Inst, 
ol Tech., Bay Shore, Pensa- 
cola. N. A. No. 1814. 
IITA. 



SIIEPPARD, L. 

Ensign 

Hanover, Penn. Mass. Inst, 
of Tech., Hay Shore, Pen- 
sacola. N. A. No. 170 . 
IITA. LTA. 




SHERHROOK. W. A. 
Student Officer 
1405 Reacon St., Rrook- 
line, Mass. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., Commonwealth Pier. 
HTA. 



SHERMAN. ALDEN W. 
Enstgn 
148 Princeton St., Lowell, 
Mass. Mass. Inst, of Tech., 
Miami. Pensacola. N. A. 
No. 2587. HTA. 



SHERRICK, R. G. 

Ensign 
l').'i7 Tuscarawas St., W. 
Canton, Ohio. M. I. T., 
Great Lakes, Charleston, 
Key West, Pensacola. N. 
A. No. 2357. HTA. 



SHERRILL. CHAS. M. 

Ensign 
.307 E. Laurel St., San An- 
tonio, Tex. Univ. Wash., 
Seattle, San Diego, Pensa- 
cola. N. A. No. 2287. HTA. 




SHERWOOD, DAVID W. 

Student Officer 
Rallston Spa, N. Y. Mass. 
Inst, of Tech., Miami. 
HTA. 



SHERWOOD, FRANK S. 

En:^ign 
110 East 16 St., New Y'ork 
City. Ma.ss. Inst, of Tech., 
Key West, Pensacola. N.A. 
No. 2:ii:). IITA. 



SHETRON, JOHN II. 
Ensign 
118 Victoria PI., Syracuse, 
N. Y. M. I. T., Key West 
MoutchicNo.Iiomb.Gr.Sl., 
In^'levert, Malpensa, R:ck- 
away. N.A. No. 1448. HTA 



SHEWARD, C. M., Jr. 

Student Officer 
908 Broome St., Wilming- 
ton. Del. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech. HTA. 




SHILLING, W.JAMES 

Ensign 
.308 N. CarroIIton Ave., 
Baltimore, Md. Mass. Inst, 
of Tech., Pensacola. Chat- 
ham. N. A. No. 951. HTA. 



SHIPP. JOHN v., Jr. 

Student Officer 
Midway, Ky. Mass. Inst, 
of Tech., Great Lakes, 
Philadelphia. LTA. 



SHORT, ROBERT W. 

Student Officer 
214 W. Franklin St., Elk- 
hart, lud. Mass. Inst, of 
'J'ech. HTA. 



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SHUMAKER, T. FOYE 

Sludenl OJJicer 
603 Linden St., Lima, 
Ohio. Mass. Inst, of Tech., 
Miami. Camp Hicks. Tex. 
Killint'holrae, Eng. 



SIBTIIORPE, H. K. 

Eiisiyn 
Point View. IVliami. Fla. 
Newport. Harvard Radio, 
Miami. Great Lakes, Key 
West, Pensacola. N. A. 
No. 2.502. 



SIGAL, ALBERT ED. 

Sludrnl Officer 

508 E. Cliff St., El Paso, 

Tex. Seattle, Wasll. liTA. 



SILL, HAROLD W. 

Sladenl Ofjicrr 
1.12 Adams St., N. W-. 
WashinKtoi., n. C. Ojin- 
woody Inst. Mmn. 11 l.'\. 



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SIMMONS 
En. 
801 Knoblti 
water, Ukla. 
Tech., Miam 
Pensacola. N 
HTA. 



\IRGIL 

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Mass. I 

Key 

A. No. 



SIMONDS. 
Em 



WALTER 



V. 



Sldl- 
ist. ol' 
WesI, 
25o:s. 



727 Harvard Si., Rochester, 
N. Y. Mass. Inst, of Tech., 
Miami, Pensacola. N. A. 
No. 2033. HTA. 



SINCLAIR, FRAZER 

Ensign 
Brooklyn, N.Y. Roehamp- 
ton, Craowell (R/\F), Mul- 
lion (RAF). N. A. No 
1313. LTA. 



SLACK, WM. BEBEE 
Ensign 
714 W. Fifth St., Taylor, 
Tex. Seattle, San Diego, 
Pensacola. N. A. No. 2639. 
HTA. 




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SLADE, K. PRENTICE 

Ensign 
626 Central Ave., Lexing- 
ton, Ky. Mass. Inst of 
Tech., Miami, Pensacola. 
N. A. No. 1614. LTA. 



SLOAN, WM. EYRES. Jr. 

Ensign 
1250 East Ave., Rochester, 
N. Y. Mass. Inst, of Tech., 
Bay Shore. Pensacola. Mon- 
laiik, Hampton Roads. N. 
A. No. 1043. HTA. 



SMALL, BRAZIER C. 

Ensign 
Turner, Oregon. Sea I tie. 



San Diego, Pensacola 
A. No. 2265. HTA. 



N. 



SMALL, BURTON E. 

Student Officer 
Addison, Me. Mass. Inst, 
of Tech., Miami. HTA. 




SMITH, ALFRED T. 

Ensijn 
Richmond. Va. Mass. Inst, 
of Tech.. May Sliore, Pen- 
sacola, Halifax, North Syd- 
ney, N. S., Hampton Rds., 
N. A. No. 1080. HTA. 




SMITH. BASIL B. 
Ensign 
122-1 Montana Ave., Port- 
land, Ore. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., Miami, Pensacola. 
N. A. No. 2323. HTA. 



SMITH, BENSON L. 
Ensign 
821 Kith St., San Diego, 
Cal. M. I. T., San Diego, 
Pi nsa , Sidney, Canada , 
Hampton Rds N A No 
b HTA 



SMITH. C. W. 
Ensign 
2421 Harriet Ave., So. 
Minn., Minn. Dunwoody, 
Pensa., Great Lakes Wash , 
Akron, Rockaw^y N \ 
No 1658. LI A 




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SMITH, CARLOS B. 
Student Officer 
104 Prospect Place, Brook- 
lyn, N. Y. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., Bay Shore. HTA- 



SMITH, C. W. 
Ensign 
142 Burncoat St., Wor 
cester, Mass. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., Miami, Pensacola. 
N. A. No. 1658. HTA. 



SMITH, CLINTON A. 

Student Officer 

1305 Commonwealth Ave., 

Boston, Mass. Mass. Inst. 

of Tech., Miami. HTA. 



SMITH, CYBIL R. 

Ensign 
123 Grand Ave.. Akron, 
()hio. Mass. Inst, of 

Tech., Bay Shore, Pensa- 
cola. N. A. No. 2136. HTA. 




SMITH, F. CAROL 
Ensign 
620 East Vulerio St.. Santa 
Barbara, Cal. Mass. Inst, 
of Tech., Key West,, Miami, 
Pensacol.'i, Rockaway. N. 
A. No. 1307. HTA. 



SMITH. GLENN I. 

Ensign 
1958 Berwyn Ave., Chi- 
cago. Mass. Inst, of Tech., 
Pensacola, Miami. N. A. 
No. 1998. LTA. 



[LSMITH, n. CO RNELL 
>~ Student Officer. J A 



7 Marston Ave., Detroit, 
Mich. Dunwoody. HTA. 



SMITH, HENRY M. 

Ensign 
1754 Maiden St., Chicago, 
III. Dunwoody, Miami, 
Pensacola. N. A. No. 2400. 
HTA. 





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SMITH, VAN DOM C. 

Efisigii 
102 Wavcrly I'lacc, New 
York Cily. Muss. Inst, of 
Tech., Miami, Pensacola. 
N. A. No. 2031. IITA. 



SMITH, WILLAKDG. 

Murhiliisl 
17 Haynes SL., Ilarlford, 
Corni. Columbia Univ., 
US.S. NorLh Carolina, USS. 
Slacklon, Miami. 



SMITH, W. II. 

Slmk'rd Ofjiccr 

4 Coltaf,'o Place, Warren, 

Pa. Mass. Inst, of Tech. 

IITA. 



SMITH, WILLIAM P. 
Ensifin 
60.3 Hancock St., Sandusky, 
Ohio. Mass. Insl. of Tech., 
Pensacola, Miami, Mout- 
ehic, Paris, Brest. N. A. 
No. 644. IITA. 





SNAVELY, RALPH A. 

Ensign 
72.5 E. Madison St., Spring- 
field, Mo. Seattle, Wash., 
San Diego. IITA. 



SNtJOK, JOHN LLOYD 

Ensign 
403 Wati^r St., Troy, Ohio. 
Mass. Inst, of Tech., Key 
West. IITA. 



SNOW. CHARLES II. 

Sttidenl Officer 

.512 E. Taylor St., Bloom- 

ington. 111. Dunwoody. 

IITA. 



SOLLEY, ROBERT F. 

Slndeni Officer 

111 East 60th St., New 

Y'ork City. Great Lakes. 

LTA. 




SOMEBS, ANDREW 
Ensign 
89 Keap St., Brooklyn, N. 
Y. Mass. Inst, of Tech., 
Key West, Miami, Pen- 
sacola, Montchie, Fr., He 
Tudy, Fr. IITA. 



SOMMEBS, JOHN E. 
Ensign 
Clifton Springs, N. Y. 
Mass. Inst, of Tech., Mi- 
ami. N. A. No. 1539. 
IITA. 



SONNABEND, A. M. 
Ensign 
43 Munroe St., Roxbiiry, 
Boston, Mass. Mass. Inst, 
of Tech., Pensacola, Miami. 
N. A. No. 1603. IITA. 



SONNEBORN, B. G. 
SIniJent Officer 
2120 Eulaw Place, Balti- 
more, Md. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech. 





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SOUTHER, HUGH S. 

Ensign. 
Cleveland, Ohio. Mass. 
Inst, of Tech., Miami, 
Pensacola, Hampton Rds. 
N. A. No. 1012. IITA. 



.SOUTHWORTII. A. P. 

Ensign 
122 Chestnnt St., Wake- 
(ield, Mass. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., Key West, Pensa- 
cola. N. A. No. 2.542. IITA. 



SPARLING, ELLIOTT W. 

Ensign 
109 loth Ave., W. Ash- 
land, Wis. Dunwoody. Key 
West, Miami, Pensacola. 
N. A. No. ^1209. IITA. 



SPEAKER, TRIS. E. 
Student Officer 
Hubbard, Tex. Mass. Inst, 
of Tech. HTA. 



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SPEAR, WALLACE E. 

Student Officer 

Genoa. Neb. Dunwoody, 

<jrreat Lakes, Miami. liTA. 



SPEER. BOYD ALTEN 

Student Officer 

364.5 McRee, St. Louis, Mo 

Seattle, San Diego. HTA 



SPENCER, BYRON 
Ensign 
7.30 North 22, St. Joseph, 
Mo. Ma,5s. Inst, of Tech 
Key West, Miami, Pensa- 
cola N. A. No. 20U. 
til A.. 



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SPRAGUE, E. L. 
Ensign 
30 West 44th St., New 
York City. Mass. Inst, of 
lech.. Key West, Miami, 
Pensacola. N. A. No. 1209. 




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Land Machines Were Used by This Squadron 




STAGEY, JAMES II. 
Ensign 
White River Jet., Vermont, 
Mass. Inst, of Tech., Mi- 
ami, Pensacola. N. A No 
1759. HTA. 



STACKHGUSE.JOIINM. 

Ensign 
434 Market St., Blooms- 
burg, Penn. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., Miami. Key West 
Pensacola. N. A. No. 2688. 
HTA. 



STALB. A. HOLSTAN 
Ensign 
Care Loeing Aero En<' 
Corp.. New York City'. 
Washington, D. C, Hamp- 
ton Roads. HTA. 



STANFORD, M. H. 

Student Officer 

4406 Cook St., Dnhith, 

Mmn. Dunwoody Inst 

Mmn., Miami. 




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STANTON, GEO. 11. 
Ensign 
39 N. Fullerton Ave., 
Montclair, N. J. Mass, 
Inst, of Tech., Key West, 
N. A. No. 2018. IITA. 



STAPP, C. C. 

Studenl Officer 
203 W. Church St., Cham- 
paigne. III. Dunwoody, 

Great Lakes. IITA. 



STARK, THOMAS E., Jr. 

Ensign 
HodgenviUe, Ky. Mass. 
Inst, of Tech.. Miami, Pen- 
sacola. N. A. No. 2320. 
IITA. 



STARKEY, WIL.MERT 

Studenl Officer 
911 Chester Ave., Avalon, 
I>a. Mass. Inst, of Tech., 
Key West. HTA. 




STARR, LOWELL 

Student Officer 
152 Deer Hill Avenue, Dan- 
bury, Conn. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., Bensonhurst; Pel- 
ham Bay. HTA. 



STAUB, JOHN F. 
Lieut, ij.g.) 
8.)0 Temple Ave., Knox- 
viUe, Tenn. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., Pensacola, Ft. 
Worth, Kiliingholme, Km;. 
N. A. No, 263. IITA. 



ST. CLA.IR, J. R. 

Lieut, ij.g.) 
1930 E. 4th St., Dululh, 
Minn. Mass. Inst, of Tech., 
Miami, Pensacola. N. A. 
No. 930. IITA. 



STEARMAN, LLOYD C. 

Student Officer 
Harper. Kans. Seattle, 
Wash.; San Diego. HTA. 




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STEU15INS, ROBERT P. 

Ensign 
Covina, Cal- Mass. Inst, 
of Tech., Akron, Rock- 
away Beach. LTA. 



STEEL, VAN H. 
Ensign 
20B3 Rosedale Ave., Oak- 
land, Cal. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., .San Diego, Pen- 
sacola. N. A. No. 203,3. 
HTA. 



STEELE, O. I., Jr. 
Ensign 
Excelsior Springs, Mo. 
Muss. Inst, of Tech., Mi- 
ami, Key West, Pensacola. 
HTA. 



STEEVES, DUDLEY W. 

Ensign 
Ron 54. R. No. 1, Ilayward, 
Cal. Mass. Inst, of Tech., 
Miami, Pensacola. N. A. 
No. 1387. HTA. 





STEGE, GEORGE II., Jr. 

Ensign 
34 Monroe Place, Brook- 
lyn, N. Y. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech.. Bay Shore, Pensa- 
cola, Rockaway. N. A. 
No. 1212. HTA. 



STEPHENS, A. W. 
Ensign 
20 Highland Ave., Mont- 
clair, N. J. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., Pensacola, Hamp- 
ton Rds. N. A. No. 1630. 
IITA. 



STEPHENS, FRED H. 

Ensign 
117 Ashmont St., Dor- 
chester Centre, Mass. 
Mass. Inst, of Tech., Mi- 
ami. N. A. No. 1537. HTA. 



STEPHENS, ROBERT E. 

Ensign 
University Club, San Diego, 
Cal. Mass. Inst, of Tech., 
Miami, Pensacola, San Di- 
ego. HTA. 





STEWART. SLDNKY A. 

Ensign 
820 N. Highland Ave., 
Piltsburgh, Pa. Mass. Inst, 
of Tech., Miami, Ppnsa- 
cola. N. A. No. 21i)6 
HTA. 



STILES, HAROLD R. 
ErtnLfin 
116.5 Commonweallh Ave. 
Bosfon, Mass. Mass. Inst 
of Tech., Pensacola, Hamp- 
ton Roads. N. A. No. 2511, 
HTA. 



STILES, WM. A. 
Ensii/ii 

i:in2 Whitaker St., Bir- 
mingham, Ala. Mass. Inst. 
of Tech., Key West. N. A. 
No. 1835. HTA. 



STILWELL, JAMES G. 

Ensign 

.314 No. Franklin St., Mt. 
Ple.isant, Mich. M. I. T., 
Great Lakes, Akron, Pensa- 
cola, Montauk. N. A. No. 
1870. LTA. 





STITT, WM. BRITTON 

Ensign 
ISt.'i Si. Nicholas Ave., 
New York City. Mass. 
Inst, of Tech., Blue Hill 
Obs., Miami, Pensacola, 
N. A. No. 2161. HTA. 



STODDARD, TIIOS. R. 

Ensign 
Cohassett, Mass. Mas-i. 
Insl. of Tech., Boston Navy 
Yard, Key West, Pensacola. 
N. A. No. 2599. HTA. 



STOKER, H. C. 

Ensign 
613 Avery Ave., Syracuse, 
N.Y. Mass. Inst, of Tech., 
Miami, Pensacola. N. A. 
No. 1332. HTA. 



STONE, GEO. W. 
Lieut. (J.g.) 
Potomac, III- Pensacola 
N. A. No. 111. HTA. 




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STONE, JAMES B. 
Machinist 
Meridian, Miss. Pensa- 
cola, St. Raplinel, Fr., 
Moutchic, Fr., I'aiiillac, 
Fr., Cape May. HTA. 



STONEMETZ, P. T. 
Ensign 
359 Otis St., West Newton, 
Mass. Mass. Inst, of Tech., 
Miami, Pensacola. N. A. 
No. 2029. HTA. 




STORRER, ROBERT L. 

Ensign 
607 W. Main St., Owosso, 
Mich. Mass. Inst, of Tech., 
Key West, Miami, Pensa- 
cola, Bay Shore, Bruns- 
wick. N. A. No. 1308. 




STOWELL, D, D- 
En^sign 
1680 Ashland Ave., St. 
Paul, Minn. Dunwoody, 
Key West, Miami, Pensa- 
cola. N. A. No. 2174. 




STRACHAN, JOHN R. 

Ensign 
1449 5th Ave., San Fran- 
cisco, Cal. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., San Diego, Pensa- 
cola. N. A. No. 1602. 



STRAND, AUGUST L. 
Ensign 
303 Evergreen Apts., Boze- 
man, Montana. Univ. 
Wash., San Diego, Pen- 
sacola. N. A. No. 1876. 



STRATER, C. HELME 

Student Officer 
Rye, New York. Great 
Lakes. LTA. 



STRAUS, HENRY LOBE 

Ensign 
4007 Penhurst Ave., Bal- 
timore, Md. Mass. Inst 
of Tech., Bay Shore, Pen- 
sacola. N. A. No. 2212. 
HTA 



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SWEENEY, FRANCIS J. 

Student Officer 
550 Metropolitan Ave., 
Brooklyn, N. Y. Mass. 
Inst, of Tech., Pelham 
Bay, Miami. IITA. 



SWEETLAND, G. 
Ensign 
12 Fairlawn St., Everett, 
Ma.ss. Mas.s. Inst, of Tech. 
Akron, Rockaway, Hamp- 
ton Hoads. 



SWENNING. KARLA. 
Ensifin 
5 Park St., Brookline, Ma.ss, 
Mass. Inst, of Tech., Mi- 
ami, PensacoJa. N. A. No. 
2173. HTA. 



SWIFT, CLIFFORD G.,Jr. 

En sign 
Temple, Tex. Seattle, San 
Diego, Pensacola. N. A. 
No. 2197. HTA. 




SWIFT, WM. E. 

Ensign 
Lake Forest, 111. Mass. 
Inst, of Tech., Great Lakes, 
Miami, Pensacola. N. A. 
No. 2329. llTA. 



SWINEFORD, OSCAR, Jr. 

Ensign 
1302 Grove Ave., Rich- 
mond, Va. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., Pensacola, Miami, 
Hampton Rds., Berkeley, 
N. A. N.). 1536. HTA. 



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Sarin, Glenn C, Ensign. 

Sadenwater, II., Lieut. Cj."-)- 

Sadowsky, Jack Phelps, Student (~l(firer, 5^55 W. Knd 
Ave., New Yf)rk Ci!,y. Mass. Inst, of Tet-h. 

St. Clair, Harry L., Student Olficer, SoItviUe, Va. 

St. CiAiB. J. R., Lieut, (jg). 1930 E. 4lh St., Dululh. 
Minn. N. A. No. 930. 

Salsman, J., War. Boatswain. N. A. No. 52U. 

Sams, Bruce, 3., Ensign, 235 Gordon East, Savannah, Ga. 

Sams, Lewis P., Ensign, 146 Juniper St., Allania, Ga. 
N. A. No. L359. 

Sam.stac, II. R., Student Officer. 307 W. Gist St., New 
York City. Mass. Inst, of Tech. HTA. 

Sanderson, Earl J., Student Officer, 32 State St., 
Seneca Falls, N. Y. 

Sanford, Herbert B., Ensign, 758 Waverly St., Palo 
Alto, Cal. 

Sangmaster, Norman I., Student Ofiicer. 

Santos, Fileto D., Ensign. N. A. No. 1056. 

Sargent, Fitzwilliam, Lieut. (j.g.>., Haverford, Pa. 
Mass. Inst, of Tech., Akron, O. N. A. No. 64.';. LTA. 

Sargent, Howard C, Lieut. Cj-g). 49 Oliver St., Maiden 
Mass. Mass. Tnst. of Tech., Pensacola. Moulcliic, St. 
Trojan, Chalhum. N. A. No. 372. HTA. 

Saul, John M., Student Officer. 934 New York Ave., 
N. W.. Washington, D. G. Mass. Inst, uf Tecli. HTA. 

Saunders, Don E., Student Officer, Colerain, N. Car. 
Mass. Inst, of Tech., Key West. HTA. 

Salinders, EuGENis D., Sludcnt Olficer, 2925 CoIis''i)ra 
St., New Orleans, La. Diinwoody and Seatlle. 

Saunders, K. R., I'^nsign, 1703 Park Ave., Riclimond 
Va. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Pensacola, Miami. N. A. 
No. 1014. HTA. 

Saunders. Maurice, Jr., Student Officer, D. K. E. 
House, Hanover, N. H. Great Lakes. LTA. 

S\unders, William T., Jr., Student Odicer, Yale Cluh, 
44th St., New York, N. Y. 

Saurer, Louis W., Student Officer, 15 S. Main St., 
Mainsburg, Ohio. 



SYMES, J. P. 

Sludenl Officer 
2218 Roosevelt Ave., Ber- 
keley, Cal. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., San Diego, Pensa- 
cola, N.A. No. 1779. HTA. 



SYMINGTON, THOS. R. 

Ensign 
220 Ridgewood Road, Ro- 
land Park, Baltimore, Md, 
Mass. Inst- of Tech.. Key 
West. Pensacola. ^ N. A. 
No.. 1846. _ HTA. 



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Savage, Arno Charles, Student Officer, 35 Ma[)le 
St., Bangor, Me. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Miami. HTA. 

Savklle, Mark A., War, Machinist, Mobile, Ala. 
U. S. S. Huniinglon, San Diego. Pensacola. 

Sawyer, Damian C, Ensign. N. A. No. 2309. 

Sawyer, Gene F., Student Officer, 1423 East 86th St., 
Cleveland, Ohio. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Key West. HTA. 

Sawyer, Lester B., Student Officer, 2015 G St., N. W., 
Washington. D. C. 

Sawyer, Ralph II., Ensign, 24 Cliulon St.. Framing- 
ham, Mass. 

Saxry, J. Bert, Ensign, Santa Barbara, Cnl. N. A. 
No. 2076. 

Saxton, R\y D., Student Officer. 

Sayles, Phiiip S., Student Officer, New Bedford, Mass. 
Ma,ss. Inst. oC Tech . Newport, R. L. Bay Shore. IITA. 

Sayles, R. W., Ensign, 16 East St., Adams, Mass. 
N. A. No. 1462. 

Saylor, William S.. Student Officer. 

Sayre, Caryl H.. Ensign, 868 Carroll St., Brooklyn, 
N. Y. Mass. Insl. of Tech., Pensacola, Moulchie, Avord, 
Old Sarum, Eng., Campaignc, St. Inglcvert. N. A. 
No. 367. 

Scarborough, IL C, Ensign. Plaltsmouth. Neb. 
Mass. Inst, of Tech., Akron, Rockaway. LTA. 

Scarlett. Ed. G., I'^nsign, 37 Lake Ave., Lynn, Mass. 
Mass. Inst, of Tech., Key West, Miami. Pensacola. N. A. 
No. 1211. IITA. 

Scattergood, George B,, Ensign, 111 \A'. Phllelena 
Si., Germantdwn, Philadelphia, Pa. Mass. Inst, of Tech., 
Akron, Rockaway. LTA. 

ScHENCK. I. P., Ensign. N. A. No. 1402. 

Schermehhorn. II., Lieut, fj.g.'), 166 Oaklelgh Road, 
Newton, Mass. N. A. No. 208. 

Schermerhorn. James, Jr., Student Officer, Detroit 
Times, Detroit, Mich. .Mass. Insl. of Tech. 

Schilichter, Fred P., Ensign, 28 Radford St., Yonkers, 
N. Y. 

Schiller, Morgan B., Ensign, 530n P^lhwortli Ave., 
Pittsburgh, Pa. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Pensacola, Seattle. 



ScHiMMEL, Vernon G., Ensign, 
Winchester, Ky. N. A. No. 2026. 

ScHivEBY, A. K., Sluflent Officer, WooclbmH, F'a. 

ScHi.oss, MoNPOE 11., Sdidcnt Officer, 231 1 EiUaw 
Place, Hallimore, Md. 

ScHMTD, IIeubkut W., Ensif.'n, 100 Elm^'rove Ave., 
Providence, R. I. Mass. Jn'^t. of Tech., Bay Shfire, 
Pcnsacola, Hamilton F^oads. IITA. 

ScHMiN, John H., Ensign. 19 Vera Place, Montclair, N. 
J. Mass. Inst, of Tfch., Key West, Miami, Pen'^acola. 
N. A. No. 1612. ITTA. 

Schmidt, Karl, SUjdent Officer, Sanla Barbara, Cal. 

ScHMiDTr, Paul M., Student Officer, Plantsvillc. Conn. 

ScnNEBEROEB, Oeorce F., Sludent Oriicer, Arlington 
Heights, III. Dunwoody Inst., Mhin. 

ScHNEiDEH, Elmeb L., Student Officer. 

ScHOEMRs. Edcar O., Student Officer. 



S. 41st St., 



Monument 
Bay SiKjre. 



SCHOFTET.D, EnWIN R., 

Philadelphia, Pa. Mass, 

ScnoFTEi.D, Roger S, 
Road, Philadelphia, Pa. 
L.I. HTA. 

ScHOT.z, Jackscv v., Ensign, .'>fl67 Nina Place, St. 
Louis, Mo. 

SCHOONMAKER, E.. El 
ScnORTMANN, Ed\\AI 

St., Providence. R. I. 

SCHOTJTOIV, IIeMII" W 



, Stuilent Officer 
Inst, of Tech. HTA 
Student Officer. A9 
Mass. Inst, of Tech 



i^rn. N. A. No. 3JU!. 
C, Student Olficer. 



L;eut. fj.g.V 26 East 
Naval Ohscrvatory, Washin^'kin, 



Avp., 
D. C, 



r-H H.. Sludenl, Odicor. r!9fi S. Maryland 
Y. Muss. Inst, of Tech., Akron, lUjnk- 



.59 S. Waler 



Blvd.. 
\\ est , 



Rochester, N. 
Philadelphin. 

SCHRADER, .los 
St., Brooklyn. N. 
away. LTA- 

ScTiROEDER, Arthur F., Sludent OfTn' 
St.. Milwaukee, Wis. 

ScjiROEnER, John E., h^nsign. .S72 Newfierry 
Milwaukee, Wis. Dunwoody Inst.. Minn., Kc 
Pensacola. N. A. No. 1900. H'J'A. 

ScHTiLTHEis. Frederick O., Ensign. 

ScnuLZE, Ralph H., SludenL Olficer, 702 S. 3r(l St., 
Waco, Texas. Sentlle HTA. 

Schumacher, Eduin F., Sludenl Officer, 29 N. D St.. 
Irvington, N. Y, 

ScHun, Meinrao A.. Ensign, 535 Greenwood Ave-, 
Portland, Oregon. Pcnsacola, Dunwoody. Ilanipt))n 
Roads, San Diego. IITA. 

ScHUss, Wm., War. Gun. 

Schuyler, Hender C, Student Olficer, 5255 Enright 
Ave., St. Louis, Mo. Ma.ss. Inst, of Tech., U. S. Naval 
Air Station, Miami. HTA. 

Schwabe, John C Jr., Ensign, 12 College .\ve., Colum- 
bia, Mo. Akron, O., Pensac()la, Rockaway, Morehead 
City, Key West. N. A. No. 1109. LTA. 

Schwartz, F. P., Ensign. ir»l Central Park \\>st. New 
York. 

SCHWARZ, L. !_,., War. Gun. 

Scott, Everett B.. Ensign. 2003 7lh Ave., Kearnpy, 
Nebr. Mass. Inst, of Tech., San Diego, Pcnsacola, 
Miami. N. A. No. 1657. 

Scott, P^verett L., Student Officer, 912 16th St., 
Boulder, Colo. 

ScoTT, Francis W., Student Officer, 1374 Peac Uree 
St., Atlanta, Ga. 

Scott, GEonoE Drake, Lieut, (j.g.), 31 Westmoreland 
Place. St. Louis, Mo. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Bay Shore. 
L. I., Key West, Brunswick, Miami. N. A. No 465. 

Scott, John Hiatt. Student Ofllcer, 1333 Oakenwald 
Ave., Chicago, 111. 

Scott, S. G., Student Officer. 309 South New St., Cham- 
paign, III. Mass. Inst, of Tech. HTA. 

Scott, William B., Jr., Ensign, 1 1!> Juniper St., Atlanta, 
Ga. N. A. No. 1140. 

ScouTT, AViLL Jerrold, Student Officer, 23rd St., 7th 
Ave., Kearney, Nebr. Mass. Inst, of Tech, HTA. 

ScRAN'ioN, Seheno S., Student Officer. 839 Edgewood 
Ave., Trenlun, N. J. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Newport, 
R. I. HTA. 

ScuDDER, Norman C, Student Officer, 25 Fountain 
St.. West Newton, Mass. 

Scully, F. P.. Lieut, (j.g.), 5 Dexter Park, Cambridge, 

Mass. 

Scurry, Tom, Student Officer, 1903 Bennett Ave., 
Dallas, Tev. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Key West, Miami, 
Pensacola. HTA. 

Seams, William, Student Officer, 30 W. 4fth St., New 
York City. 



Seaton, Donald L., Student Officer, 48.5 Re 
Santa Rosa, Cal. Univ. of Washington, Seattle. 

Sebold, Chase E.. War. Mach. 

Seehof, Jerome F., Ensign, 1107 Jarvis Ave., Chicago, 
III. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Key West, Miami, Pensacola, 
Montauk. N. A. No. 1322. 

Sii^EMAN, William, Student Officer, 261 Riverside Drive, 
New York City. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Bay Shore, L. I., 
Pensacola. LTA. 

Seibels, H. C, Lient. (j.g.), 211 N. Medford Si., Bir- 
mingham, Ala. Aimapolis, Washington, Pensacola. HTA. 

Selig, Albert S., Student Officer, 41!! Washini;;lon St., 
Atlanla, Ga. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Miami. HTA. 

Selvage, Eugene S., Ensign, 2522 Ridge Road, Berkeley 
Cal. 

Sewell, a. T., Ensif,m. N. A. No. 2117. 

Seymour. FREDEnrcK D., Student Officer, 55 Prospect 
St., East Oranj^'c, N. J. Mass. ItlsL. of Tech., Bay Shore. 
HTA. 

Seymour, H. J., Ensign, Lima, Ohio. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., Akron, Hampton Rds., Key West. LTA. 

Shackford, Robert S., Student Officer, 1045 Reacon 
St., Brookline, Mass. Mass. Inst, of Tech. HTA . 

Shackno, JuLiEN S., Student Officer, 800 Argyle Road. 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Shands. Richard E., Student Officer. 901 16th St., 
N. W., Washin£,'ton, D. C. Mass. lust, of Tech., Key West. 
HTA. 

Shank, William C, Ensign, Globe Bldg.. Pittsburg. 
Kans. Great I^akes, Pensacola. 

Shanly, John Sexton, Student Officer, Court Hotel, 555 
Bush St.. San PVancisro, Cal. 

Shannon, Wm.. Student Officer, 616 76lli St., Brooklyn, 
N. Y. 

St) \Rp, Malcolm P., Ensign, 659 Mendota Court, 
Maclisa. Wis. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Miami. N. A. No. 
l.'UO. HTA. 

Sii wER, Roy W., Sludent Officer, Care of Mctz Mfg Co., 
Waltham, M;iss. 

Shaver, W. A., W;ir. Mach., Ill East Carter Ave., Ash- 
land, K y. 

Shaw. Clieton B., Student Officer, Route No. 5, AVea- 
Iher Ford, Te.v. 

Shaw, Law RE^'CE L, Sludent Officer, Osceola, Nebr. 

Shaw. William L., I'^nsign. 2300 McKinney Ave., Dal- 
las, Tex. N. A. No. 1624. 

Shea, Edward L., Lieut, (j.^'.l, 90 P;ilm St.. Nashua. 
N. H. Royal Flying Corps. Toronto, Hampton Rds., San 
Diego. N. A. No. 1,53. HTA. 

Shea, Gerald P., Student Officer, 213 Temple St., Syra- 
cuse, N. Y. 

Shehan, J. M., Lieut, fj.g.). N. A. No. 484. 

Shehan. \A'ALTEn H., Student Officer, 73 Sherman Ave., 
New Haven, Cotm. 

.Sheldon, Kenneth H., Ensign, The Cloister Club, New 
Haven. Conn. N. A. No. 2096. 

Sheldon, Ralph M.. Student Officer, 1879 Ninth Ave., 
Watervliet. N. Y. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Buffalo, Akron. 
LTA. 

Shelton, Clarence M., Ensign. N. A. No. 2143. 

Shelton. Leonard W., Student Officer, 497 S. El Molino 
Ave., Pasadena, Cal. Seattle, Wa.sh. HTA. 

Shepard, H. B., Lieut, (j.g.). East Derry. N. IT. Ord- 
nance, experimental aircraft machine guns and cannon. 
HTA. 

Shepard. W'illiam W^vllace, Student Olficer, Auburn, 
Cal. Seattle. Wash.. Key West. HTA. 

Shepherd, Lela^d H., Student Officer, 165 Arlington 
Ave., Providence, R. I. 

Shepherd. Tho:\ias L.. Sludent Officer, 312 N. Chestnut 
St., PlallsvUle, Wis. 

Sheppard, E. W., Lieut, (j.g.). 

Sheppard, W. H., Ensign, 225 Broadway Market Bldg., 
Detroit, Mich. N. A. No. 625. 

Sherburne, G. H., War. Mach., Mystic, Conn. 

Sheridan, Edward J., Student Officer, 117 W. Muske- 
gon Ave., Muskegon, Mich. 

Sheridan, Thomas H., Lieut, fj.g.). 1405 Dearborn St., 
Chicago, III. Great Lakes, Pensacola, Washington, D. C. 

Sherman. II. R.. Jr., Student Officer, 24 Union St., 
Montclair, N. J. Great Lakes. 111. HTA. 

Sherman, S. F., War. Mach. 

Shields, John F., Student Officer, New Roclielle, N. Y. 
Mass. Inst, of Tech. HTA. 

Shields, Louis G., Student Officer, 3rd and Maple Sts., 
Great Neck, N. Y. 



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Shields, Paul V., Slufieot OflTicer, Manhosset, L. I., 
New York. 

Shields, William L., War. GutL 

Shihk, Chaeee WmcfrT, Sludonl CXTici^r, Muin St., 
Brookville, Itid. 

Shihk, Elbert W , Lieut, (j.^.), Richmond, Ind. 

Shiblev, Falser C, Student Ofliccr, 150 Wilder Ave., 
Los Gatos, Cal. 

Shoemaker, Allan W., Slndenl Olfirer, 22r, I'^ast Com- 
merce St., Krid^f^toii, N. J. 

Shoemaker. William, Jr., Sliidcnl Officer, 112 S. .3fth 
St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Shone, G. C, Ensign, 336 KinH'^V Ave., Palo Alto, Cal. 
N. A. No. 1305. 

Shore, Harold F., Ensijin, Chillicoihe, Mo. Seal lie, 
Wasfi., SaD Diego, Peasacola, N. A. No. 2167. ILTA. 

Shorney, Gordon D., Student Officer, MM S. Euclid 
Ave.. Oak Park, 111. Danwoody, Miami. HTA. 

Showalteh, W. H., Ensign,. Merced. Calif. Masw. Inst. 
of Tech., Akron, Rockaway. LTA- 

Shomaker, Grover C, Student Officer, 324 Main Si., 
Tupelo, Miss. 

Shliman, Dehvin L., Ensign, 2801 Renvenue Ave., 
Berkeley, Cal. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Key West, Miami, 
Pensacola. N. A. No. 1394. HTA. 

Shumway, Paul E., Lieut, fj.g.), 43 Grove St., Green- 
field, Mass. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Pensacola, Ft. Worth, 
Hampton Rds.; Killingholme, Eng.; Cape May. HTA. 

Sibley, Dean S., Ensign, Newport, N. H. Mass. Inst, 
of Tech., Curl is Aero Corp. under Bur. of Steam Eng. 

SiDLO, Charles T., Ensign, 722 Humboldt Si., Denver, 
Colo. 

SinwAY, Ralph H., Student Olfit^er. 5'19 Delaware 
Ave., Buffalo, N. Y. Great Lakes, Pensacola, 

SiEDLER, Howard D., Student Officer, 36 Oakland Ave., 
Bloomfield, N. J. 

SiEGBEBT, Het^ry, Student Officer, Hotel San Remo, 
74th St., and C, P. West, New York City. 

SiEVERT, Lro Ellsworth, Student OfTicer, 400 N. Mon- 
terey St., Alhambra, Cal. 

SiMARD. C. T., Ensii,m, 2318 Glen Ave., Berkeley, Cal. 
N. A. No. 1604. 

Simmons, Franklin C, Student Olficer, 160 Bellevue 
Ave., Upper Montclair, N. J. 

Simmons, John G., Student OfTicer, 16 ICnickerbocker 
Road, Englewood, N. J. Mass. Inst, of Tecfi. HTA. 

Simmons, Julian D., Student Officer, 35 West 58lh SL, 
New York City. 

Simon, Edhak K.. Student Officer, Edgemore Cluf). 
Edgcrnore. L. I., N. Y. 

Simpson, CoLirv Campbell. War. Mach. 

Simpson. -Iohn D., Student OiTuer, 105 East 15th St., 
New York City. 

SiMSON, Jess Ray, Ensign. N. A. No. 1191. 

Sinclair, Arthur IT., P^lnsign, 3170 17th St., N. W., 
Washington, D. C. N. A. No. 725. 

Singe, Clarence, Sfiident OfTicer, 465 West End Ave., 
New York City, 

SiTTENHAM, F. W., Licut. fj-g-), 29 W. lllh St., New 
York City. 

Siulis, Wilbur T., Student Officer. 251 W. I29|h St., 
New York City. 

Skelton, IjEONard W., Student Officer, 497 So. El 
Molino Ave., Pasadena, Cal. Seattle. HTA. 

Skewes, T., War, Gun. 

Skinner, Edmund B. 

Skirm, Joseph G., Lieut, fj ^'-^. I"^ Maple St., Princelon, 
N.J 

Skyles, W. F., War. Mach. N. A. No. 613. 

Slattery, Alfred M., Siudenl Ollicer, 137 Savin Illll 
Ave., Boston, Mass. 

Slayteb, Richard T'ijcene, Sliident Officer, f 1 17 
GaslonAve., Dallas, Toy. Mass. Insl. of Tech . Key Wrsl. 
HTA. 

Sloan, Julian R., Ensign, 20 William St., New York 
City. Mass. Inst, of Tech,, Akron, Hampton Roads, 
U. S, S. Rhode lalarifl, Arkanstis, Grand Fleet; Bereliaven, 
Ireland. LTA. 

Sloan, Vernon G., Ensign, Arlinglon Heights, Mass. 
Mass. Inst, of Tech. Garden City, L. I. 

Sloane, Douglas, Lieut, fj-g-), 328 Cabot St., Newton- 
vllle, Mass. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Miami. HTA. 

Sloman, Frank H.. Ensign, 185 Dolores St., San Fran- 
cisco, Cal. 







Small, R. R.. War. Mach., 1102 West 5th St., Marion, 
Ind. 

Smart, Jackson W., Student Officer, 702 S. University 
Si., Ann Arbor. Mich. 

Smart, Roy L., Student OfTicer, Clayton, Ala. 

Smith. Albert V., Sludent Officer, 32 Oakland St., Win- 
Ihrop, Mass. 

Smith, Alvin W., Jr., Lieut, (i-g.). Care of Dr. ITahne, 
414 Graflon Apl., Dayton, Ohio. Mass. Inst, of Tech., 
Pensacola: Moulchic, Le Croisic, Ferrand, Fr.; Porto 
Corsini, Italy; Miami, Hampton Roads. N. A. No. 356. 
HTA. 

Smith, Andrew M , T'^nsign. 1301- Hay \ve., Hollywood, 
Cal, Seatlle, San Diego, l^Misaeola, Hampton Roads. 
N. A. No. 2119. HTA. 

Smith, C. W., Ensign, 2421 Harriet Ave., S. Minneapolis, 
Minn. N. A. No. 1658. 

Smith, Carl D., Student Officer, 65 Fairfield Ave.. Holy- 
oke, Mass. 

Smith, Charles R. W., Ensign, 321 Hawthorne Rd., 
Roland Park, Md. N. A. No. 1878. 

Smith, Chester C. Ensign, 3002 Charlotte St., Kansas 
City, Mo. 

Smith, Donald J., Ensign, Sheldon, Ind. 

Smith, E, Traver. Lieut, fj.g.), 225 E. Main St , Pat- 
chogue, N. Y, Buffalo, R. F. C., Gosport, Turnberry, Ayr, 
R. A. F., Sq. 213, Dunkirk, Fr. HTA. 

Smith, Earl B., Ensign. N. A. No. 365. 

Smith, Ellsworth E., Student Odicer, Menands, N, Y. 

Smith, Elwyn L., Ensign, Syracuse, N. Y. N. A. No. 
964. 

Smith, Everett, Jr., Ensign, 27 Wall St., New York 
Cily. 

S^TiTH, Francis P., Jr., Ensign, Mamaroneck, N. Y. 
N. A. No. 723. 

Smith, Frank S., Lieut, ''.j.g.), Hallettsville, Tex. 

Smith, Fred G. 

Smith, G. E.. Ensign, Box 215, Oklahoma City. Okla. 
Mass. Inst, of Tech., Akron, Rockaway Rea-'h. LTA. 

Smith, Gordon, Ensign. N, k. No. 933. 

Smith, Hampton S.. Student Officer. 

Smith, Harold A., Student Officer, lit 13th Ave., 
Columbu'^, Ohio. 

Smith, Harry C, Student Officer, 1 17 Franklin St., 
Marietta, O. 

Smith, Herbert !_,., Student Officer, 3037, S. Vermont 
Ave., Los Angele,s, Cal. 

Smith, Hewitt, Student OfTicer. 9nt S. 30lh St., Birm- 
ingham, Ala. 

Smith, Hugh C, Student Officer, 7 Maraion Ave., 
Detroit, Mich. 

Smith, J. D., Student Ofiu-er, Sheldon, Ind. 

Smith, James M., Student Officer, 4U'2 Walnut St. 
Harrisburg, Pa. 

Smith, John E., Student Olficer, 357 Ave. C, Bavonne 
N. J. 

Smith, John P., Ensign, 1310 S. Grant St., Denver, 
Colo. N. A. No. 1296. 

Smith, John P. P., Student Officer. 1756 P St., N. W 
Wa4iinglon, D. C. 

Smith, Le Grand, Sludent Officer, 1 13 Horner St. 
Elmira, N. Y. 

Smith, Fi.ovn S., Student Officer, Btl W. 23d St., 
Los Angeles, Cal. 

Smith. Nelson TL, Ensign, 52 Summer St., Bosion, 
Mass. N. A. No. 703. 

Smith. Olin R., Student Officer, 58:t W. Delavan Si , 
BufTalo, N. Y^, 



624 Boulevard, 
W. Roselawn, 

N. J. 



Smith, Peter Paul, War. Machinist. 
Jersey City, N. J. 

Smith, Philip O., Student Officer, 8 
Danville, 111. 

Smith, Philip H., Student Officer, Princeton 
Mass. Insl. of Tech. HTA. 

Smith, Pomerov, Student Officer, 1359 Girard St. 
Washingion, D. C. 

Smith, R. N., Lieut, (j.g.). 

Smith, Ralph A., Student Officer, Auburn, Wash. 

Smith. Richard IL, Student Olficer, 82 Gainsborough 
St., Boston, Ma.ss. 

Smith, Richard M., Ensign, Washougal, Wash., 
Seattle, San Diego, Pensacola. N. A. No. 2297. HTA. 

Smith. Robert Rowen, Student OITicer, Box 162 
Ridgelield, Wash. Seattle. LTA. 




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Smith Robert Hooper, Student Officer, Homewood Sperby, Roberi A.. Student Odicer, 2107 Adelbert 

Apis., Churles and 30th Sts., Baltimore, Md. Mass. Inst. Road, Cleveland, Ohio, 

o Tech. HTA. .Spiegal, Ralph A., Sludent Omcer, 190 lllh St.. 

SiutTH, RiiTHVEN k., Studont Officer, Callahan, Fla. Mdwaukee Wis 

Mass. InsK of Tech^ HTA. Spiegelbero, Geo. A., Student Om.er, ,% W. 76lh St., 

Smith, Thomas B., Kn.sisn. 2029 Pine St., Philadelphia, New York City 
Pa., Grcal Lakes, Pensncola. 



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Spikes, Joseph N., Student Officer, Benianiin, Tex 
Mass. Inst, of Tech. I.TA. 

Sptt,l\ne, Jame'^ J., Student Officer, 189 River St., 
East Dedham, Mass. 

Spiak, E. S., Jr., Ensi^'n, Phoenicia, N. Y. Mass. 
Inst, of Tech., Bay Shore, Uamplon Roads, IVnsacoIa. 
N. A. No. 1778. IITA. 

SpRATT, \^'iLLiA\i A., Ensiiin. 

Springali., Cyri's F., Lieut, (j.ff.), 18 Sprinjj St., 
Maiden, Mass. Mass. Insl. of Tech., Buffalo, Elizabeth, 
New York. N. A. No. 1789. IITA. 

Springer, Eoward F., Ensiyn, AspermonI, Te.v. 
N. A. No. 2.316. 

SpRliANCE, Horace E., Asst. Surgeon. 

Sphunt, J. D., Ensi,-n, 223 N. 3d St., Wilmini;ton, 
N. C. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Kev West, Miami, Pensacola. 
N. A. No. 11113. LTA. 

Spurrier, Donald P., Ensign, 32.5 Oliver St., Whiting, 
c, ^ Ind.; Dunwoody Inst., Minn.; Key West, Pensacola, 

.Snodgras.s, Paul W., Sludent Officer, .513 Pros|.ect Marblehead City. N. A. No. 2133. IITA. 

Squibb, Charles G., Ensign, 30 Slearus Road, Brook- 



Smith, William A., Student Officer, 10 lllh St., Parkers- 
burg, W. Va., Dunwoody Inst., Minn. LTA. 

Smith. Wm. J., Ensign, 900 S. Crockett St., Sherman, 
Te.x. Ma.ss. Insl. of Tech., Miami, Pensacola, Hampton 
Roads. N. A. No. 2121. IITA. 

Smith, William N. H., Jr., Sludent Officer. 131 Halifax 
St., Raleigh, N. C. 

Smith, W. R. I.., Jr., Ensign, 202 First Nail. Bank 
Bldg., Richmond, Va. Mass. Inst of Tech.. Bay Shore, 
Pensacola, Halifax, N. S., North Sydney, N. S., Key West. 
HTA. 

Smith, Yates B., Student Officer, 218 Seminole Ave., 
Detroit. Mich. 

Sneddon, C. A., War. Machinist, 272 W, William St., 
Decalur, III. 

Snell, Harold V., Ensign. 

Snoddy, B. L., Ensign, 16 Slate St., Schenectady, 
N. Y. N. A. No. 2172. 




Aye., Medina, N. Y 

Snody, Allan P., Lieut, (j.g.i, 19 Radford PI., Yon- 
kers, N. Y. Ma.ss. Just, of Tech., Bay Shore, Key Wesl, 
Pensacola. HT.A. 

Snow. Alered T., Ensign. ] I 7 S. 63rd St., Pliiladel[>hia, 
Pa. M.iss. Insl. of Tech., Burgess IJo.. .Marblehead, 
Mass. 

Snow, William T., Ensign. 117 Bay Slate R<iad, Roslon, 
Mass. N. A. No. 328. 

Snoivoen, John W., Student Officer, 102.5 E. Jersey St., 
Elizabeth, N. J. 

Snyder, Chas. A., Student Officer, Wellsboro, Pa. 
Mass. Inst, of Tech. HTA. 

Snyder, Nyron E., Ensign, Berrien Spgs., Mich. N. ,\. 
No. 2.504. 

Snyder, W. Overton, Ensign, Birdsville, Md. 

SoBOTS, F., War. Machinist. 

SoNERS. fiLENN W., Studcut Officer, 803 S. Lafounlaine 
St., Kokoino, Ind., Dunwoody Inst., Minn.; Miami, Key 
Wesl. HTA. 

SoNTE, James B., War. Machinist, Meridian, Miss. 

SopKR, Geo. A., Jr., Sludent Officer, 391 West End Ave., 
New York City. 

SopER, Harold C, Ensign. N. A. No. 91.5. 

SoRUGGs, S. B., Carpenter. 

Soi[|,t;, \'. A., \A'ar. Machinist, 50 Saratoga \vc., Yonkers 
N. Y. 

SoiiLis, Harold \.. Student Officer, 251 W . 12<lth St., 
New York City. Mass. Inst, of Tech. IITA. 

Soulis, Wilbur T., Student Offiicer, 251 W. 129|li St.. 
New York City, Mass. Inst, of Tech. HTA. 

Sour, Abry, War. Boatswain. 

Souther, Richard G., Ensign, 7089 Waterni.in .Vve., 
St. Louis, Mo. 

Southwell, Fred B., Sludent Omccr, 1107 12lh St., 
Boulder, Colo. 

■Soiituw jGK, r\'AN A.. iSludcnt Officer. fTurver, Okla. 
Mass. Insl. of Tech., Akron, Pensacola. LT.\. 

Southworth, Thomas D., Lieut. Ci-g^. Box I, Si>ring- 
ville, Utah. N. A. No. 3R9. 

Spaeth. John N., Sludent Officer, 211 Thurston .\ve., 
Ithaca, N. Y. 

Spaiir, l^Ai'MOND .\., I'^usign, 223 Chestnut .St., Sewick- 
ley. Pa. N. A. No. 2087. 

Spa^gler, Cvrleton D., Student Officer, 308 E. Alain 
St., Edmond, Okla. HTA. 

Spaulding, C. a.. Student Officer, Hartford, Mich.; 
Seattle, Wash. IITA. 

Spaulding, Irah D., Ensign. 

SpEARE, Harold H., Ensi.gn. 

Speer. Frank H., Jr., Ensign, 674't Thomas ,S[., Pills- 
burgh, Pa. N. A. No. 1171. 

SpENCE, Bernard L., Ensign, 520 Third St., Brooklyn, 



line, Mass. Mass. Inst, of Tech. 

Stackpole, Borert 1'^., Student Officer, 3115 Broadway, 
New York City. 

Stagy, H., Lieut, (j.g.l. 

ST.^rroRD, I.AC. I-'., I'^nsign. 

.Stagg, DwK;itT E , Sludent Officer, 151 West Ave., 
Bridgeport, Conn. 

Staiil. I']rig C, faisign, 2255 Parkwrind .^ve., Mass. 
Inst, of Tech.. Key West, .Miami, Pensacola. N. A. No. 
2080. 

Staley, W'ir.iiwi M., Sludent Olhcer, 692 Irma \ve., 
Be.aumonI, T<!xas. 

Stall, Rigiixhd G., Slud.-nt Officer, Box 217, Monu- 
ment Beach, .Mass. 

S'JANCiLL, Leslie E., I'^nsign, 2706 Ontario Boad, 
Washington, D. C. N. A. No. 22,58. 

STANoI^'c, Bussi.;ll J., Student Officer, HoneyviUe, 
Utah. 

Standish, Mili;s W., .Student Officer, Rochester, Mich. 

Stonieoro, Bobi.:rt II., Ensign, 332 Palman Ave., 
Brooklyn, N. Y., Mass. Insl. of Tech., Pensacola, Chnl- 
ham. N. A. No. 967. 

Si.xNLEV, Cl\r\^ci:, h^psign. Great B.'irrington, Mass. 
Mass. lust. olTcch.. Miami. I'eusMcola. HTA. 

Stanley. GEn\LnT,, Ensign, 1211 \\>siminsler PI., 
St. Louis, .Mo. 

Stanley. Henry T.. Lieut, i.j.g.), 20 (ireystone Park, 
Lynn, Mass. Mass. Inst, of Tc "h., Pensacola, Cattewatei, 
Newlynn, Felixstowe, St. l"r(jjan, PaiiUiac, France. Key 
West. 

St.\nle>", Jcui.n, Ensign, N. A. No. I 195. 

Stanley, RiciL\Rn B., Ensign, Lincoln, N. H. N. A. 
No. 1001. 

Stanton, Edwin M., Ensign, 1831 Harrison Ave.. New 
York City. 

Staples, John F., Student Offiicer. 

Sr.xRK, How \Ro B., I'^nsign, 2521 Cedar St., Milwaukee, 
\A is. N. A. No. 2221. 

Stark, Walter R., Studenl Olfieer. 

Starnes, William E., Student Officer. 

Starr, Frederic 11., Ensign, Easton, Md. 

Starcs. Henry L.. Ensign, 1007 I'enhurst Ave., Balti- 
more, Md. 

St. Clair, Harry L., Sludent Officer, 316 First Natl. 
Bank Bldg., Roanoke, Va. Mass. Inst, of Tech. HT.\. 



Stear.ms, Timothy R., Student Offiicer, Brunswick, Me. 
Sted.man, W. M,, Ensign, 81 A'an Winkle St,, Dorchester, 
Mass. N. A. No. 1538. 

Steele, Dunn K., Student Officer, 372 Walnut Ave., 
Roanoke, Va. 

Steele, Francis B., Student Officer, 32 Ellicott Ave., 



N. Y. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Key West, Miami, Pensacola. Batavia, N. Y. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Butfalo. 

N. A. No. 1613. HTA. Steele, Percy D., Ensign, McArthur, Ohio. N. A. 

Spencer, Arthur W., Student Officer. No. 2366. 

Spencer, Leon C, Student Officer, North Bennington, Steeanonich, C. J., Sludent Offiicer, 3110 Salmon St., 

Vt. ' Philadelphia, Pa. 

Sperry, Irving L., Studenl Officer. Sieffens, Frederick R., Student Officer, 37 Seaton 










v. D. No. 3. 
., Fori Alkin- 

M(. \ern(in. 
205 Heacon 



ri., N. \V., Washin-lon, D. C. Mass. Insl. of Tech., 
Key Wesl. H'J'A. 

Stein, IIuco H.. Sludont <Hli<-cr. :i.>'l Ho-ari Ave., 
Avondale, Cincinnali, Ohio. I limwnrKiy Insl., Minn. 

STEl\'En, How win C, Sludrnt Onicfr, 70(1 Pallerson 
Ave., y. W., Canlon, Oliif). 

Stki.i.eh. Wahurn \\., Sludfiii Offiror, :iXi'\ Arcliwood 
Ave., <:ipv.-land, Ohio. 

StivNbefu;, Iaman 1)., Sludenl OITlcer, 11. 
Sox 321, I'liyalhip. Wash. 

STf':Nr;E(,. Ai.\in L., Knsi^rn, ^lOJi Jonos Ave 
son, \\ is. 

Stephanowich, Clement J., Ensi{,^n. 

Stephens, II. T., Ensi^^n, 17 Urban Si., 
N. Y. 

Stephens, Stanfohi* H., ShidenL Oflicor 
St., Boston, Mass. 

Stevens, F. H., Ensign, Lake P!a.id. N. Y.; U. S. Naval 
Air Sla., Brest. N. A. No. 1977. 

Stevens. John L., Sltident Officer, 314 River Rl., 
Valdosla, Cia. Mass. Inst, of Tech.. Key West. JITA. 

Stevens, Louis G., Student Oflicer, Care oi' li. F. 
Machlan, I'akoma Park, Washington, D. C. 

Stevens, William D. B., Sludenl. OfTicer. 

Stevens. William F., Ensign, 1.526 Shnrwin Ave., 
Chicaf^o, Hi. 

Stevenson, George Wh,ltam. En.sij^'n, Waverly, Pa. 
Mass. Inst, of Tech., Miami, Key West, Pensacola. HTA. 

Stevenson. Markley, Ensifin, 803 Finance Bldg., 
Philadelphia. Pn. Great Lakes. Washington, D. C. 

Stevenson, Paul E., Student OfTicer, 44 Tioylston St., 
Camhridge, Mass. 

Stevenson, W. A., Student. OfTicer, 412 West College 
St., Bochesier, Minn. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Montauk, 
Miami. HTA. 

Stewart, Bebnie R., Student OfTicer, ApL. 512 G St., 
N. W., Washington, D. C. 

Stewart, Geo. S., Student OfTicer. 

Stewart, John C, Ensign, 51R Grove St., Sewickley, 
Pa. Mass. Inst, of Tech.. Bay Shore, Pensacola. N. A. 
No. 1601. HTA. 

Stewart, Boss, Stuthmt Officer, 310 Dennis Ave., 
Houston. Tex. 

Stewart, Slayton J., Ensign, 504 N. 4 St., Camden, 
N. J. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Miami, Key W^est, Pensacola. 
N. A. No. 2340. HTA. 

Stewart, Vance, Ensign. N. A. No. 1440. 

Stickley, Wellington E., Ensign, Woodstfick, Va, 
Mass. Insl. of Tech., Bay Shore, Pensacola. 1 lampion 
Roads. N. A. No. I68». HTA. 

Sticknev, Joskph B.. Student. Officer, Care of F. Adams, 
Pan American Union. Washington, D. C. 

Stifel, Arnold G., Ensign, 4944 Lindell Blvd., St. 
Louis, Mo. 

Stillweh.. Bichahd N., Ensign, (^Juincy, 111. 

Stilphen, M. B., Student Officer, 65 Church St., Swan- 
ton, Vt. Mass. Inst, of Tech. HTA. 

Stimson, Donald C, Ensign, Eaton Rapids, Mich. 
Mass. Inst, of Tech., Bay Shore, Pensacola. N. A. No. 
1894. 

Sttmson, Tiioma.s D., Ensign. The Highlands, R F. D. 
No. 2, Seattle, Wash. Great Lakes, Pensacola. 

Stitt, Edward W., Student Officer, 1708 R. St., Wash- 
ington D. C. 

Stookard, Henry J., I'-nsign, 316 Bonding Si., lialeigh. 
N. C. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Pensacola, Key West. HTA. 

STOCKEJi, HouERT M., Licut. (j-t^-^. Th(! lirightfin, 

Washington. D, C. 

STOCKETT,f OHN W., SliidenI Officer, 312 1 1 h St., S. 1^]., 
Wash ngton, D. C. Mass. Insl of Tech. HTA. 

Stockton, Manley, Student Officer, 2823 I3lh St., 
N. W., Wash i.glon, I>. C. 

Stockwell, W, v.. Ensign. N. A, No. 692. 

Stohlmsn, r^iDwiM L., Sludenl, Olficcr, 321! iJorset. Ave., 
Chevy Cha^e, D. C. 

Stokes, Sylvanis, Jr.. Student Officer. 

Stolts, Charles L., Student Officer. 226 E. 60lh St., 
Porlkind, Ore. 

Stolts, Wm. E., StudenI Officer. 

Stone, Arthtir C, Ensign. 501 Old State Bank Bldg.. 
Evansville, Ind. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Akron. Ohio; 
Pensacola, Fla. LTA. 

Stone, C. L., .Jr., Ensign, 22-32nd Ave., San Francisco, 
Cal. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Miami, Pensacola. HTA. 




Stone, Chauncev W., 
New York City 

Stone, G. L., Lieut, (j g.). 

Stoner. Harold E., Student Officer, 125 N. 18th St., 
Ft. Dodge, Towa. Seattle, Wash., Miami, Fhi. HTA. 

Stoppel, Fred H., Lieut, (j.g.). 

Stopi'elman. E. a.. War. Machinist, Route 4, Box 170, 
Seattle, Wash. Columbia University, N. Y., San Diego. 
Great Lakes, III. HTA. 

Stout, Henry L., Lieut, fj.g.). 

SiowE, Byron S., W^ar. Machinist.. Ilcmstead, L. I. 

Stowe, j. B., War. Machinist. 

SrowELL, F. M., Student. Officer, 1903 Girard Ave., So. 
Minneapolis, Minn. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Dunwoody, 
I'hiladetfdiia, Coco Solo. 

Stratford, Wm. M\lcolm, Student Officer, 62 Branard 
Ave., Houston, Tex. Seattle, San Diego, Cal.; Pensacola, 
Fla. MTA. 

Stratton, Samuel S.. Ensign, 7 Lafayette St ., Newhury- 
port, Mass. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Akron, Ohio,; Rockaway 
N. Y. LTA. 

Strawn, Harry' Omar, Student Officer, Landover, Md. 
Mass. Inst, of Tech., Bay Shore, L. I., N. Y. HTA. 

Strebel, Arthl'r C, Ensign. 

Streno, Geo. W., Student Officer, 98 William St.. 
Pit I son. Pa. 

Stuitmatter, Frank U., Student Officer, 843 Orchard 
St., Toledo, Oiiio. 

Strjvinos, Mosooe S., Student Officer, Castile, N. Y. 
Mass. Insl. of Tech. HTA. 

Strobel, C. E,, Ensign, Oakland, Cal. Mass. Inst. 
of Tech., Key West, Miami,; Pensacola, Fla.; San Diego, 
Cal. N. A. No. 1645. HTA. 

Strohm, W. I']., Student Officer, Powell, Wyoming. 

Stromer. Brian Wm., Student Officer. 410 W. 4th St., 
Hastings, Neh. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Miami. HTA, 

Sthomever, W. H., Ensign, 1008 Trinity Ave., NewYork 
City. N. A. No. 917. 

Strong, L. S., Student OfTicer, 2321 Pillsbnry Ave., 
Minneay)olis, Minn. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Dunwoody 
Inst., Minn. HTA. 

STRovifjH, A\'m. L., Ensign, 93 College Ave., New Bruns- 
wick, N. J. Mass. Inst, of Tech.. Bay Shore, Hampton 
Roads, Pensacola, Fla. 

Stroock, Bertram A.. Student Officer. Newburgh, N. Y. 
P. O. Box 706. Mass. Inst, of Tech. HTA. 

Strotz, Harold C, Ensign, 365 Sheridan Road, Win- 
netka. 111. Dunwoody, Miami, Key West, Pensacola. 
N. A. No. 2485. HT.\. 

Struble, F. H., Ensign, 916 Montana Ave., 
Mich. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Akron, Ohio, 
Fla. LTA. 

Stuart, John G., Ensign. 

Stuart, Kimberly, Ensign, 406 Wisconsin Ave., 
Neenah, Wis., Lake Bolsena, It. Moutchic, Fr., Porto 
Corsini, It. HTA. 

Stuart. L. R. 

Sturgeon, Andrew, Ensign, 36 Majjle St.. New Haven, 
Conn. Mass. Inst,, of Tech., Pensacola. Miami, Moutchic, 
Campagne, Malpensa, Italy. N. A. No. 651. HTA. 

Surer. C. A., StudenI Officer. 

SuGHRUG, John J., Student Officer, 328 Bay Slate Road, 
Boston, Mass. Mass. Inst of Toch. HTA. 

Sullivan, Frederick. Student Officer. 3016 llth St., 
N. W., Washington, D. C. 

Siilliv\n, GiLiis J., EnsiLrn, 1606 Fairchild St., Man- 
hattan. Kan. N. A. No. 2203. 

Sullivan, Harry W., Ensign, 501 8th St., Brooklyn, 
N. Y. Mass. Inst, of Tech.. Bay Shore, Pensacola, San 
Diego. N. A. No. 889. HTA. 

SiLLTV\N, Herbert F.. Lieut, (j.g.) 649 Walnut St., 
Fall River, Mass. N. A. No. 486. 

Sni.LiVAN. .loHN W.. Student Officer, 43 West St., 
Manchester. N. H. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Key West. 
ITA. 

Uisign, Jamestown, N. Y. N. A. 



Gladstone, 
Pensacola, 



FI 

Sullivan, Paul R.. 
No. 1 186. 

SuLLi\ AN, Timothy 
St., Omaha, Neb. 

SuLLn'\'v, Upton S., 
delpfiia. Pa. 

Sullivan. Wm. A., Student Officer, 2005 Terrace Place, 
Nashville, Tcnn. 

Sullivan, Wm. P., Carpenter. 

Sulzberger, Marion R., Lient. (j.g.), 30 West 70th St . 
New York City. N. A. No. 628. 



<:., Student Officer, 718 S. 30th 
Ensign, 1910 Wahiut St.. Phila- 



Mercantile 

York Cily. 



SuMMEHSBY, G. W., Lieuf. fj.fj.). 123 Prospo 
Lawrence, Mass. 

Sunderland. J. E., RludenL Ofifirer, 508 N. 3fI1h Si. 
Omaha, Neb. Seattle, Wash., San Diego, C;il. HTA. 

SuNDHEiM, Geo. M., Student OfTieer. 

SuptTY, Albert E., Ensign, Montrose. Colo. 

Surbeh, John M., Ensign, University CltiKi, Akron, 
Ohio. 

SuHPERNANT F., Ensif^n, Glen Falls, N. Y. 

Sutton, Frederick T., Slndenl Officer. 
Bank of the Americas, 44 Pine St., Ne 
Mass. Insi. ol' Tech. IITA. 

Sutton, Geo. O., Student Officer, TO.l \\'. Church Si., 
Knoxville, Tenn. 

Sutton, Mercer P., Student Officer, 2 Oakdale Road. 
Roland Park, Md. 

Swan, IfENRv, Ensign, 7 lit F^merson St., Denver, Col >. 

Swan, Horace G.. IJeul. (j.g.). 17:1 VVesrmin.sler Road, 
Rochester, N. Y. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Naval Aircraft 
Factory, Philadelphia. HTA. 

Swan, John H., Student Officer, Gardnesville. Nev. 

Swanson, Chas. E., Student OITieer, 931 Foster Ave, 
Chicago, III. 

Swanson. Emil, Lieut, fj.g.)- 

SwANsoN, Oscar \V., Student Officer. 1 175 Minnehalia 
St., St. Paul, Minn. 

Swanton, Edward R., Stutlcnt r)fli('rr, 'Valiond Rank 
of Commerce, Rochester. N. Y. Mass. Inst, of Teih., 
Miami, Fla. IITA. 

SwEE^RY, B. O., Student Officer, 20:}4 Cohinihia Road, 
Washington. I). C, 



Sweeney, P. A., Ensign. Wayside, Okla. 

Sweeney, John F., Jr., Ensign. 651 Maryland Ave., 
Pittsburgh. Pa. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Key West, Miami, 
Pensacola. HTA. 

Sweeney, J. M., Ensign, 661 Higgins Ave., Paris, Ivy. 
Mass. Inst, of Tecli., Great Lakes, Akron, Hampton 
Roads, Pennsylvania, Arkansas. N. A. No. 1911). LTA. 

Sweet, Carlyle W.. Ensign. N. A. No. 1320. 

SwEET.sER, Geo. T., Ensign, 26 Grameri-v I*ark, New 
York City. 

Swenson. S. R., Ensign. 

Swett, Giibert N., Ensign, 7 Bacon St.. Winchester, 
Mass. Mass. Inst, of Tech.. flamplon Roads, Pensacola, 
Moutchic, Detached duty in Italy, Nortliern Bombing 
(Jroup. HTA. 

Swett, Wm. O., Student Officer. 10560 Longwood Drive, 
Chicago, III. Dunwoody. Miami. Key West. HTA. 

Swigert, Wm. G., Student Ollirer, 10115 Thurman St.. 
Portland, Ore. 

SwmrON, J. R., War. Machinist, 229 Johnson Ave., 
Trinida{l. Colo. 

SwiNTON, R. IL, Ensign, 20 Sullivan Ave., Port Jervis, 
N. Y. Mass. Inst, of Tech.. Miami, Pcnsacohi. N. A. 
No. 2505. HTA. 

SwopE, Leslie M., Student Officer. 2505 Park Ave., 
Richmond, Va. Dunwoody Inst., Minn. HTA. 

SwoPE, Jos. A., Sludeiil Officer, 317 Butidy Ave., 
Newcastle, Ind. 

SvMMES. Chandleu W., Student Officer. 230 Main St.. 
Winchester, Mass. Mass. Inst, of Tech. IITA. 

Symons, Dan B., Ensign. 32[ Fifth St., Elyria, Ohio. 




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TAFT, PHILLIP E. 

MacfiinisI 
Box 417, Hampton, Va., 
Columbia Univ., Pensacola. 
Yorktown, NevvporL News 
Hampton Rds., Anacostia 
Rockaway. Miami. 



TAINTOR, CHARLES W. 

Ensign 
121 Brattle St., Camhridt,'e, 
Mass. Mass. Insl. of Tech., 
M iam i , Pensacol a . N . A , 
No. 2027. HTA. 




TALROT, ANDREW B. 


Lieul. (j.g.) 
San Rafael, Cal. 
Paimboeuf, Fr., 
lions. Washin^^ton. 
No. 98. LTA. 


Akron, 
Opera- 

N. A. 


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TALBOT, ROBERT 

Lieul. (J.g.) 
270 BuckminsLer Rd., 
Brookline, Mass. Mass. 
Insl. "t Tech., Pensacola. 
N. A. No. 456. HTA. 




TALCOTT, C. H. 
Ensign 
192 Prospect St., Torrinfi- 
ton. Conn. Mass. Insl. oC 
Tech., Key West, Miami, 
Pensacola. N. A. No. 1299. 
HTA. 




TALIAFERRO, A. P., Jr. 

Ensign 
440 Riverside Drive, New 
York Cily. Moiitchic, 

(Fr.l, Lake Bolsena, It., 
Porlo Corsini It N A 
No. 1497. HIA 



TANGREN, A. E. 
Machinist 
1960 Cheremoya Ave., Hol- 
lywood, Cal. San Uiego, 
Annapolis, Guanlanamo, 
I'en-(Lili U S S Han- 
limilun Mont luk HTA. 



TAYLOR, JAMES B.,Jr 

Lii-iil. (j.g.) 
471 Park .\ve.. New York 
Cily. Bay Shore, Miami, 
Bu. Operations. Washing- 
ton, D. C, Hampton Rds. 
N. A. No. 437. 




TAYLOR, JAMES S. 



TAYLOR, RAYMOND S. 



Ensign 




Ensign 


1012 Enclid Ave. 
ley, Cal. Mass. 
Tech. HTA. 


Berkc- 

Inst. ot 


4 11-412 H. W. Ilellnian 
Bldg., Los Anpeles, Cal. 
Mass. Inst, of Tech., Ak- 
ron, Key West. N. A. No. 
l:!9.5. LTA. 



TEAGUE, A. DAWSON 

Ensti/n 
1201 Lamar HIcIk-. Anjrusla, 
(ia. Mass. Inst, of Tech., 
Vliami, Pensacola. N. A. 

No. 1875. HTA. 



TEETS, JOHN N. 
Elision 
Box 153, Newton, 111. 
Mass. Inst, of Tech., San 
Diepo. Great Lakes, Pen- 
sacola, Anacostia, Seal tie, 
\\ash. 





TEMPLE, WILLIAM G. 

Ensign 
928 Detroit St., Denver, 
Colo. Mass. Inst, of Tech.. 
Akr<jD. Rockaway, N. Y. 
LTA. 



J. S. 



TEMPLETON 

Ensign 
Wiilnut,^ Bureau Co., Illi- 
nois. Great Lakes, Pensa^ 
cola. 



, A.. Jr 



SF^=3 



TEHIIUNE, EDW. 

Ensign 
54 Melien St., Dorchester, 
Mass. M. I. T., Key West, 
Miami, Moiitchic, Calais, 
Malpensa, II. N. A. No. 
1441. HTA. 

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K ,H 
-Km// 



TERHUNE, HOWARD H. 

Ensign 
54 Melien St., Dorchester, 
Mass. Mass. Inst, of Tech. 
Pensacola. HTA. 





THOMPSON, A. E. 

Student Officer 

■Greer Apis.. New Caslle, 

Pa. Mass. Insl. of Tech., 

Akron. LTA. 



TIIOMPRON.LCLIVE L 
Student Officer 'rt . 
Day Ave., Siifllelfl, Conn 
Mass. Ii'st. or Teeh., Mi- 
ami. HTA. 



THOMPSON. E. L., Jr. 
Ensiyn 
Prospect Si., Dover, N. J. 
Mass. Irisl. of Tecli.. Bay 
Shore, Pensacola. N. A. 
No. 11«2. 



THOMPSON, OWEN 

Student Officer 

16.-|7 .ilsl, St.. N. W., Wash- 

in^'lon, I), C. Mass. Inst. 

ol' Tech. HTA. 




THORPE. LESLIE 

Lieut, (j.g.) 
703 Genesee St.. Rochester, 
N. Y. Mass. Inst, of Tech.. 
Pensacola. N. A. No. 1103. 
LTA. 




THORPE, RAYMOND G. 

Ensign 
100 Stadium Place. Syra- 
cuse, N. Y. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech.. Key West. Miami, 
Pensacola. N. A. No. 1919. 
HTA. 



THROCKMORTON. G. P. 

Student Officer 
l-tO West Jersey St.. Eliza- 
beth. N. J. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech. HTA. 



TILLETT. HENRY A.. Jr. 

Ensign 
.540 Butternut St.. Abilene, 
Tex. Mass. Inst, of Tech., 
Key West. Pensacola. 
N. A. No. 2259. HTA. 




TILTON, THOMAS A. 

Ensign 
S6 Dallon Rrl., Ncwlon 
Center, Mass. Mass. Inst, 
of Tech., Key West, Miami. 
Pensacola. N. A. No. 2168. 
HTA. 



TILTON. WARNER R. 

Ensign 

Raymond, N. H. Mass. 

Irisl. of Tech., Miami. 

N. A. No. 2054. HTA. 



(A) 

TIMANUS. C. S. 

Student Officer 

311 H Karnes Blvd.. Kansas 

Cilv, Mo. Mass. Inst, ol' 

Tech., HiuEham. HTA. 



TINGEY. HAROLD C. 
Ensign 
11 Sheridan St.. Haverhill, 
Mass. Mass. Inst, of Tech., 
Miami, Pensact)la. N. A. 
No. 2339. HTA. 





TINGLEY. H. V. 

Student Officer 

23 Union ,St., Bristol. 

Ma.ss. Inst, of Tech. 

ami. HTA. 



R. I. 

Mi- 



TINSLEY, TIMOTHY W. 

Enjiign 
JiK'li.son, Tcnn. Mass. Inst, 
of Tech., Key West. N. 
A. No. 2019. IITA. 



TIPTON, JOSEPH S. 

Student Officer 

Pulaski. Va. Mass. Inst, of 

Tech.. Key West. HTA. 



TIPTON. M. C. 
Ensign 
611 Twelfth St.. E. Las 
Vegas, New Mexico. Goat 
Ishind, Mass. Inst, of Tech., 
Great Lakes, Miami IITA. 



'ite^ 





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TISCIILER, V^'10N W. 

Student Officer 
511 Fortune Ave., Cin- 
cinnati, Ohio. Dunwuody, 
Univ. of Wash. 



TITUS, U.\RIIY L., Jr. 

Ensi{in 
801) CJrange Ave., Coronado. 
Cal. Mti.ss. Inst, of Tech., 
Miami, Pensacola, San Di- 
ei!„. N. A. No. 1819. 
llTA. 



TOWNSHEND, BAILEY 

Ensign 
45 W. 35th St., New York 
City. Mass. Inst, of 

Tech., Bay Shore, Bruns- 
wick, Miami, Pensacohi. 
N. A. No. 23T6. IITA. 



THABUCCO, J. EUGENE 

Ensiijn 
San Rafael. Cal. Akron, 
Mass. Inst, of Tech., Hock- 
away, Montauk. 





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JT'Ao Has Been Stationed at Miami That Does Not Rememljcr These Smidiy Mornings? 




TRABIIE, WM. A. TRACY, FREDERICK L. TRAIL, OSCAR TR.ANT, EDGAR 

Student Officer Ensign Lieut, ij.g.) Student Officer 

102 E. Mistletoe \ve., ]7:iOCapouse Ave., Scran- Easton, Md. Mass. Inst. 204 Court St., Port.smouth, 

San .\ntonio. Tex. Mass. ton. Pa. Mass. Inst, of of Tech., Pensacola, Mout- Va. Mass. Inst, of Tech., 

Inst of Tech Akron. Tecti., Peusacila, Ilarap- chic, Fr.; LAhcr \rach, Miami. HTA. 

I^TA Ion Rds. IN. A. No. 721. Fr. N. A. No. 375. HTA. 
HTA. 



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TRASK, CHARLES II. 

Ensign 
18 King St., Rochesler, 
N. H. U. S. S. Pauldw,,, 
U. S. S. Virqinia, Pensa- 
cola., U. S. S. Teal. 



THAVER, C 
Enxii/n 
Rod Honk. N. Y. Mnss, 
Insl. of Tech., Ray Shore, 
PoiLsacola. N. A. No. 1180. 
HTA. 



TREMHLAY, L. A. 

Ensi(/n 

^[1 Pine St., Manchester, 

N. H. Mass. Inst, of Tech., 

Miami, Pensacola. N. A 

No. 1849. HTA. 



ahoga Falls, Ohio. Mass. 
Inst, of Tech., Akron, 
Pensacola. N. A. No, 2276. 
LTA. 




TRETIIAWAY, R. C. 

Ensign 
120 George Ave,, Parsons, 
Pa. M. I. T., Key West, 
Miami, Pensacola, Mon- 
tauk, Hampton Roads. N. 
A. No. 1068. HTA. 



TRIMBLE, A. KING 

SiiiiJenl Officer 
Massachusetts Ave., Cam- 
bridge, Mass. Mass. Inst, 
of Tech., Miami. HTA. 



TRIMBLE, HUFUS J. 

Student Officer 

Care of Rufus W. Weeks, 

316 Broadway, New York 

City. Seattle. LTA. 



TRIPPE, J. TERRY 

Ensign 
16.3 East 7Sth St., New 
York City. M. I. T., Bay 
Shore, Hampton Roads, 
Miami, Pensacola. N. A . 
No. 1806. HTA. 




TROSS, LUDWIG C. 
Ensign 
516 Franklin St., Johns- 
town, Pa. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., Miami, Pensacola. 
N. A. No. 1983. HTA 





TROXEL, LYNN 
Ensign 
28 Clay St., Tiffin, Ohio, 
Mass. Inst, of Tech., Akron, 
Pensacola. N. A. No. i:',63. 
LTA. 



TRUBEY, CYRIL C. 

Student Officer 
P. O. Box 76, North 
Chelmsford, Mass. Mass. 
Inst, of Tech. HTA. 



TRUMAN, JOHN R 
War. Boatswain 
820 N. 2d St., Phoenix„ 
Ariz. Huntington, Bay 
Shore, Key West, San. 
Diego. N. A. No. 1696. 
HTA, 




TUCKER I- RANK I 

Student Officer 
324 Windsor Place, Mil- 
waukee, Wis. Mass. Inst, 
of Tech. LTA. 



TUCKER, GORDON 
Ensign 
3953 Harriet Ave., Min- 
neapolis, Minn. Dun- 
woody, M. I. T., Miami, 
Pensacola, Coco Solo, C. Z. 
N. A. No. 1333. HTA. 



TUPPER, VIRGIL B. 

Student Officer 
179 E. 2d St., Corning, 
N. Y. Mass. Inst, of Tech. 
IITA. 



TURNER, GROVER B. 

Lieut, (j.g.) 
Fulda, Minn. Mass. Inst 
of Tech., Key West, Miami, 
Pensacola, N. A. No. 102.5. 






Park, Mass. Mass. Inst, 
of Tech., Pitlsljurgh, Pa., 
Detroit, Mich. 



TUTTLE, A. DARWIN 

Ensign 
loth St., Colusa, Cal. Mass. 
Inst, ol" Tech., San Diego, 
Pcnsacola. N. A. No. 1.509. 
IITA. 



TUTTLE, CIIAS. 
EtLsign 
10th St., Colasa, Colusa 
Co., Cal- Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., San Dicfro, Pensa- 
cola. N. A. No. 1181. 
HTA. 



TUTTLE, THOMAS W. 

Ensign 
2.5 Brookdale Ave., \'erona. 
New Jersey. Mass. Inst, 
of Tech., Miami, Peiisa- 
cola. N.A. No. 1957. HTA. 







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TWEED, JOHN H. 

Lieut. (j.g.) 
Box 421, Madison, Conn. 
Mass. Inst, of Tech., Pensa- 
cola. Coco Solo, C. Z. N. A. 
No. 257. LTA. 



TYLER, EDWARD J. 

Student Officer 
Enosburg Falls, Vermont. 
Mass. Inst, of Tech., Key 
West. HTA. 



TYNER, GERALD K. 
Ensign 
194 Park Ave., Orange, 
N. J. Mass. Inst, of Tech., 
Miami, Pensacola, Great 
Lakes, N. A. No. 1246. 
HTA. 



UNGER, JOHN S. 

Student Officer 

43 Chestnut St., Boyer- 

town. Pa. Univ. of Wash., 

Seattle, Wash. 





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UNGEH, WILLIAM S. 
Ensign 
122 South 5lh Si., Du- 
quesne, l*a. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., Miami, Pensarola. 
N. A. No. 1319. HTA. 



UPTON, VIRGIL M. 
Ensign 
4532 IStli Ave., N. E. Seat- 
tle, Wash. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., Miami, Pensacola. 
N. A. No. 2508. HTA. 



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T.ABEn, Leslie R.. I'^isi^' 
N. Y. N. A. No. h20. 

Taber, Phiiip, En.sign, 321 W. 12lh Si., Tulsa, Oltla. 
Mass. Inst, of Tech., Miami, Pensacola. N, A. No. 16K. 
HTA. 

Taglie, Wm. H., Student Ofhccr, Po Ismouth, la. 

Talbot, John C, J«., Student Officer, 603 W. 110 St., 
Now York Cily. 

Talbot, P.. En,>,ij,.n. N. A. No. 71. 

Talks, Chas. P., Suident Ollicer, 1309 Park Road, 
Washinf^ton, D. C. 

Tallman, F. G., Jb., Eiisitrn. 

Tallmaiv, Thos. A., Ensign, 629^' Maryland Ave., 
S. W., WashiriKlon, D. C. 

Talmage, R. a.. War. Gunner. 

Tannee, J. W., Ensign, 231.5 Nueces St., Austin, Texas. 
N. A. No. 2150. 

Tardif, Paul J., Student Officer. 

Taussig, Francis B., Student Officer, 191 Park Ave., 
Yonkers, New York City. 

Tavenneb, Geo. T., Ensign, Stoddarl Apt. 1, 2900 Q 
St.. N. W., Washington, D. C. Pauilliac, France and Kast- 
leigh. Eng. 

Taylor, A. G., Ensign. N. A. No. 2375. 

Taylob, Austin B., Ensign, 2313 Broadway, Little 
Rock. Ark. N. A. No 1717. 

Tayloh. C, Ensign. LeRoy St., Ncwhurgh. N. Y'. 
N. A. No. 10()7. 

Taylor, C. J., Lieut, (j.g.), 1 S. Maple Ave., East 
Orange, N. J 

Taylob, Chas. 
Lillle Rock, Ark. 

Taylob, H. L,, War. Machinist. 

Taylob, Harold C, StudenI Officer, 171 Ridgewood 
Ave., Glen Ridge, N. J. 

Taylor. Heinhich C., Student Offit-er, RIoomfield, la. 

Taylob, James Ibwin, Sludent Officer, 7 N. Queen St., 
York, Pa. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Akron, Rockaway Reach, 
L. I. LTA. 

Taylob, R. S., Ensign, 103 E. 86th St., New York City. 
N. A. No. 1395. 

1'aylob, Roscoe L., Ensign, 559 Monroe St., Rochester, 
N. Y. N. A. No. 1370. 

Taylor, William D., Ensign, Bloomsburg, Pa. Mass. 
Inst, of Tech., Pensacola, Bay Shore, Brunswick, Pa. 
N. A. No. 955. HTA. 

Teak, Phillips, Stvident Officer, 107 lioulevard, Atlantic, 
Ma,ss. Mass. Insl. of Tech,. Key West, Fla. HTA. 

Teasley, John R.. Sludent Ollicer, Caiilon, Ga. 

Tebbe, Cvbil U., Ensign. Care I^aiiier Mole], .San An- 
lonio, T(!xas. 

Temple, I^enj. F., Ensign. Mass. Insl. of Tech., 
Miami, Pensacola. HT,\. 

Temple, Frank E., I'^nsign. 

Tenney, Thobvald F. II-, Sludenl Olhcer, 172 Main 
St., Rranford, Conn. Mass. Inst, of Tech. HTA. 

Terolleb, Dabk R., Student Officer. 

Tebbell, Wm. A., Sludent Ollicer, Frederick Ilall, Va. 

Tehby, Chables C, Jr., Sludenl Ollicer. 905 W. 
Colfax Ave., .South Bend. Ind. Mass. Insl. of Tech., 
Miami, Fla. HTA. 



, Jb., Student Officer, 2312 Broadway, 



URNER, GORDON 
Ensign 
Marline Ave., Fanwood, 
N. J. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., Key West. N. A. 
No. 1192. HTA. 



UTT, ARTHUR H. 
Sludent Officer 

1104 So, 2nd St., Spring- 
field, III. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., Key West. HTA. 



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Terbv, Whitelaw J., Student Officer, 5231 Westminster 
Place. St. Lords, Mo. .Mass. Inst, of Tech. LTA. 

Thackeiis, Alex .M., Jr., Lieut, (.j.g.). 

Tharp. Cabey E., Sludent Officer, 101 E 21st St., 
Austin, Texas. 

Theard, Albert L., Ensign. 

Thebbien. Z. W., Sludenl Ollicer. 120 Park St., Port- 
land, Me. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Key Wesl. Fla. IITA. 

Thibaoeau, W. L., Lieut, (j.g.), 208 Peoples BIdg., 
Charleston, S. C. 

Thomas, Benjamin Hilton, Ensign. 110 E. Thomas St., 
Rocky MounI, North Carolina. Ma.ss. Inst, of Tech., 
Miami. Key West, Pensacola. HTA. 

Thomas, Berkely A., StudenI Ollicer, Florence Apts., 
Scranton, Pa. 

Thomas, Chables Neil, Ensign, 2478 Lake \ lew Ave., 
Chicago, 111., Great Lakes, Pensar-f)la, Fla. 

Thomas, Chables S., StudenI Officer, 2122 S. ^^■eslern 
Ave., Los Angeles, Cal. 

Thomas, Howard H., Sludenl Officer. 

Thomas, John V., War. Machinist, 77 Durham Ave., 
Rulfalo. N. Y. 

Thomas, Kenneth A., War. Boatswain. Grandview, 
Washington, R. F. D. No. 2, Box 50, Pensacola, Fla. 

Thomas, I^yman II.. Ensign, 1654 Dodge St., Omaha, 
Nehr. Mass. Insl. of Tech., Miami. Fla. N. A. No. 
2057. HTA. 

Thomas, Morbis L., Ensign, 25 Windermere Place, St. 
Louis, Mo. 

Thomas, R. D., Lieut, (ig.l, Rx. Ill Central Ave., 
Weston, Mass. N. A. No. 2'o7. 

Thomas, R. P., Ensign, 60 James St., Dorranceton, 
Wilkes-llarre, Pa. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Pensacola. Fla.; 
Boikaway Beach. L. L, N. Y'. N. A. No. 626. HTA. 

Thomas, Robert K,. Sludenl Ollicer. I 127 Greenleaf 
Ave., Chicago, Hi. 

Thomas, Robert W.. Ensign, 170 Lyell .\ve., Rochester, 
N. Y'. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Miami, Key West, Pensacola. 
HTA. 

Tho-Mas, Thornton H., Sludent Officer. Nederland 
Colo. 

Thomas, Wm. Stephenson, Student Officer, Orchard 
Hill, Roanoke, \a. 

Thomason, Renjamin W., Sludent Officer. 

Thompson, Coy R., Sludent tifficer, 327 W. 22nd Si 
New York City. 

Tho.mpson, E. C, 112 S. 30lh St., Louisville. Ky. 

Thompson, Edward \., Sludenl Officer, 1620 Tyler 
Si., Topeka, Kans. 

Thompson. Frederic 1)i:. L., Ensign, Rx 286 Sound 
Beach, Conn. N. A. No. 2506. 

Thompson, G. L. Lieut, (j.g.). Racquet Cliih. Phila- 
delphia, Pa. Communication Officer Naval Air Station 
Rockaway Bench, L. I., N. Y. ' 

Thompson, Guy W . Student Officer, 1303 E list St 
Seattle, Washington. San Diego, Cal. HTA. 

Thompson, J. S., Ensign, The Cloister Club, New Haven 
Conn. N. A. No. 650. 

Thompson, La-wson B., StudenI Officer. 

Thompson, Silvert W., Student Officer. 



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TiioMP, CiTABtES Davis, Student Olliinr, KIO? East 
Ave., Hochpsler, N. Y. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Cambridge, 
Mass. LTA. 

Thobbuhn, Harpy H., I,ieut. (j.g.). Care of AJis,s Pearl E, 
Tliorliiirn, Mho], Mass.. Mass. last, of Tech.. Pensacola, 
Ilarnplon Roads, Morehead City (Commanding OlHcer). 
M. A. No. 399. 

Thor.nton, Dot'Gl.AS A., SUKlenI r)ini<'r, Cering, Nefir. 
Seattle, Washington. HTA. 

Thornton, S. D., War. Machinist. 

Thrall, W. A., Ensign. 

Thrails, Warri-n H., Student Olficer, .""iSfl N. Wash- 
ington, Ave., \\'el!ington, Kans. 

Thurlow, Paul E., Student Oinccr, 9 Stratford St., Mc\- 
rose, Mass. 

Thi.hman, E. C, War. Machinist, U. S. N. 

TicHENER, li^BON H., Studcnt (Jflicer, 21.5 W. \Aalnut 
St., Princeton, Ind. 

TiGHE, Edmund J., Student Offircr, 31 E. North St., 
Buffalo, N. Y. 

TiLBDRNE, Albebt R., Licut. t.j.g.), 915 Queen St., 
Cape May, N. J. Moutchie, Fr., Felixstowe, Eng., 
Brest, Fr., Porto Corsini, It., Cape May. LTA. 

TiLE.STON, Edward M., Ensign, 2132 Clierokoe Parkway, 
Louisville, Ky. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Miami, Pensacola, 
Cape May. N. A. No. 2001. HTA. 

TiLLorsoN, R. F., Ensign, Dime Savings Bank, Detroit, 
Mich. N. A. No. 2260. 

TiLJ.soN, Ebnest F., Ensign, 311 Court St., Plymouth, 
Mass. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Miami, Pensactjla, Fla. 
N. A. No. 1911. HTA. 

TiLTON, J. II., Jr., Lieut. g.^, 1 he Ontarif), Washington, 
D. C. 

Timmerman, G. F., War. Machinist. 

Timothy, Hugh Wm., Student '.tllicer, .'>73 I^. 22nd St., 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Tinges, Chas. Howard, Ensign, 130.5 Linden Ave., 
Baltimore, Md. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Key West, Mi.imi, 
Pensacola, Fla. N. A. No. 1011. HTA. 

Tinker, Herbert D., En.sign, Wolfeboro. N. II. Mass. 
Inst, of Tech., Bav Shore, L. I., Brunswick, (la.. Key 
West, Pensacola, Fla. N. A. No. 2101. HTA. 

Tipton, Harold R., Student Officer, Logan, Ohio. 

TisoN, Alexander, Jr., Student Ollicer, 1.5 William 
St., New York Cily. 

'FiTGOMB, W:m. S., p'lisign, Kennehunk, Me. Mass. 
Inst, of Tech., Bay Shore. L. I., Pensacola. N. A. No. 
1422. 

ToBEY, Edward S., Student Olficer, 105 W. 55th St., 
New York City. 

Tobias. Hugh Kelso, Student Olll<er, 273 3rd Si., 
Alhany, N. Y. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Miami. HTA. 

ToBiN, G. J., Ensign, 380 DeWolf Place, Ilackensack, 
N. J. N. A. No. 1268. 

ToDD, A. B., Jr., War. Machinist, 71 Isl St., San Fran- 
cisco, Cal. 

Todd, E. IL, Lieut, (.i.g.l, 3925 Ihls Si,, San Diego, 
Cal., San Diego, Columbia Universily, Si. Ingclveri, 
France: Rome, Italy. 

ToivoNEN, Boivo A., War. C.ari)en(er. 

Toll, Oliver, Ensign, Care of I'rof. Toll, Amherst, 
Mass. 

ToLM\N, Chester A., Student Officer. 

Toi.MiE, T. W., War. Machinist, 308 S. Jama Si., 
Manchester, la. 

ToMASSENE, John ^^arren, Stndeni tlfficer, 2657 
Highland Ave., Cincinnati, O. Alass. Insl. of Tech. 

ToMLlNSON, Edw.vrd H.. Sttidciil Olliccr. 217 Orchard 
St., Elizabeth, N. J. Mass. Insl. of Tech., Hay Shore. 
HTA. 

TOMLINSON, Gilbert E., Ensign, 1 n06 N. 32nd St., 
Philadelphia. Pa. Mass. Insl. of Tech., Key West, 
Pensacol.i, Fla. N. .\. No. 20 12. HTA. 

TouVelle, Guy T., Student Olliccr, .302 First Natl. 
Bank Bldg., Lincoln, Nebr, 

Towle, M\x G., Student Officer, 1328 \. 26th St., 
Lincoln, Nebr. 

Towler, J. Barber. Student Officer, 212 Newbern 
Ave., Raleigh, N. C. -Mass. Inst, of Tech. HTA. 



Mass. 
HTA. 
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Townsend. Chart es Howard, Ensign, 71 Cleveland 
St , Oange, l\. J. Mass. Insl. of Tech., Pensacola, Miami, 
Moutchie. N. A. No. 740. HTA. 

TowNSLEY, W, W,, Ensign, 420 E. College St., Oberlin. 
Ohio. N. A. No. 320. 

Tragi-, W m. IL. Sliident Officer. 1927 Clencay Ave., 
Norwood, Ohio. 

Traintor, Chas. \A'.. Ensign, 121 Brattle St., Cam- 
bridge, Mass. 

Tramel, J. II , Sludenl Ollicer, South Shore, Country 
Club, Chicago. 111. M.iss. Inst, of Tech. HTA. 

Treadwell, L. IL, Student Olficer, Arcadia, Florida. 
IVIass. Inst, of Tech. HT.\. 

Tree. Ronild L., Ensign. 138 N. La Salle St.. Chicago, 
111. N. A. No. 285. 

Trefts. Harry H., Ensign, Newman, Cal. Mass. 
Inst, of Tech., San Diego, Pensacola. N. A. No. 1843. 
HTA. 

Treth.aft, \A'.m. C, Sludent Officer, 3765 Cleveland, 
Ohio. 

Tribkin', I. B., Ensign. N. A. No. 376. 

Trimble, Borert M.. Jr., Sludent Officer, 71811 Brigh- 
ton Boad, Ben Avon, Pa. 

Tritschler, Ernest R., Sludent Officer, 12 Bell Place, 
Woodhavcn, L. I., N. Y. 

Troutman, Ned, Lieut, (i.g.), Shreve, Ohio. 
Inst, of Tech., Hampton Boads,\a., Pensacola, Fla. 

Trowbridge. Alexander li.. Student Officer, 
64th St., New York City. 

Trowrbidge, John II. , l-]nsign. Main St., Chatham, 
N. J. N. A. No. 2209. 

Tro\, .Manderville, Ensign. 

True, Herbert \\'., Sludent (!Hficer, Tech. Chambers, 
8 Ir\inglon St.. Boston. Mass. 

Trvg\e. Toln\s, Student Officer, 521 Ith St., N. W., 
\\'ashington, D. C. 

Tucker, Clai:de, War. Boatswain, U. S. N. 

Tucker, IIuiold S., Sludent Olficer. 1908 W. Tioga 
St.. Philadelphia, Pa. 

Turnbull. ARriiiRU.D J., Sludent Officer, 5002 20lh 
St., N. E., Seatll.-, Wash. 

Turner, Arthur E,, Ensign, J[in<'tion City, Ore. 

Turner, Geo. II., Ensign. 

Turner, R. S., Ensign, Billerica, Mass. N. A. No. 2123. 

Ti>ttle. Albert E., Lieut. Ij.g.) 350 Charles River 
Road, Cambridge, Mass. 

TuTWiLER, Robert Iv. Sludent ftffiicer, 271 Edgewood 
Place, River Forest, 111.. Seattle, Washington. HTA. 

TwEEDELL, Wm. T., Jr., Strident Officer. 9 E. View St., 
Edg. Sta., Pawlncket, R. I. ,Mass. Inst, of Tech., Miami. 
HTA. 

Twining, C. S., Jr.. Ensign. 850 Park Ave.. New York 
Cily. Mass. Insl. of Teh. HTA. 

TwiTCHELi, P. E.. Ensign, 153 S. Oxford St., Brooklyn, 
N. Y. Mass. liisl. ot Tech. LTA. 

TwoMEY, E. F., Ensign, 66 Bockaway St., 
Mass. Inst, of Tech., Bullalo, Bo. C. & B., 
Sup. Con. Aircraft, New York Cily. 

TvfrERT. E. A., Ensign, 1529 Green St., 
Pa. 

Tyler, Rayjiond F., Licut. (j.g.), Middlebury, Conn. 

Tyler. W. .\,, Ensign, 80 Pierrepont St., Brooklyn, N. Y, 

Tylor, J Ellwood, Student Officer, Easton, Md. 

Tym, Nobris F., Ensign, 642 Bee Bldg., Omaha, Nebr. 

Tyndall, C. W., Ensign, New York City. Pensacola. 
Mass. Inst, of Tech., Akron, Hampton Roads. N. A. 
No. 987. HTA and LTA. 

L^HRi, W. C, Jr.. Ensign. 2163 S, Grand .\ve.. St. 
Louis, Mo. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Pensacola, Akron, 
Hampton Beads. I^TA. 

Ulerv, U. J., Jr.. Sludent Officer, 139 Caryl Ave., 
Ynnkers, N. Y. Mass. Insl. of Tech., Miami, Key W est. 
HTA. 

UuRirH, C\RL T., Sludent Officer, 120 Broadway. New 
Y'ork Cily. 

Urmy, II- S., Stndeni Officer. 290 Ml. F'rospect Ave., 
Newark, N. J. Mass. Insl. of Tecli,, Kev A\'esl, Fla. 
HTA. 



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Philadelphia, 




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valentp:, JOHN 

.j.JJiL, Slndenl Ofjicrr 

English Depi., University 
of Pittsburgh. Mass. Inst, 
of Tech. HTA. 



VALENTINE. 8., Jr. 

Ensign 
62 Eif,'hlh Ave., Brooklyn, 
N. Y. Mass. Insl. of Tech., 
liay Shore, Pensacola. 
N. A. No. 1600. 



VAN.'ARNAM. MELO E. 

Ens if!" 
602jil0th St., So, Fargo, 
N. D. Univ. of Wash., 
San Diego. Pensacola. N. 
A. No. 2407. IITA. 



VAN ATTA, R. C. 

Ensign 
449 Park Ave., Waverly, 
N. Y. Mass. Inst. -i of 
Tech., Bay Shore, Great 
Lakes. 



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VAN AUKEN. FRANK H. 

Ensign 
Glen Ridge, N. J. Mass. 
Inst, of Tech., Bay Shore, 
Pensacola. N. A. No. 1573. 
HTA. 



VAN BERGEN. G. L. 

Ensign 
Brandon Hall, l.SOl Beacon 
St., Brookhne, Mass. Mass. 
Inst, of Tech., Key West, 
Pensacola. N. A. No. 262.5. 
HTA. 



VANCE, H. C. 
Ensign 
615 Washington Ave,, 
Greenville, Ohio. Seattle, 
San Diego, Pensacola. N. 
A. No. 2364. HTA. 



VAN CLEVE, C. G. 
Ensign 
162 Nassau St., Princeton, 
N. J. Mass. Inst, of Tech., 
Miami, Pensacola, Hamp- 
ton Roads. N. A. No. 
2082. HTA. 




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VAN DEREN, F, P. 
Ennign 
3S32 Brighton Ave., Oak- 
land, Gal. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., Pensacola, Mont- 
chic, Fr, N. A, No. 693, 
HTA. 



VAN DE WATER, L. 

Ensign 

19 Broad St., Pittsfield, 

Mass. Mass. Inst, of Tech., 

Akron, Rockaway. LTA, 



VANDIVER. C. W. 

Student Officer 
106 Cherokee St., Rome, 
Ga. Mass. Inst, of Tech., 
Bay Shore. IITA. 



VAN DUSEN, F. CLAIR 

Ensign 
Southoid, L. I.. N. Y^ 
Mass. Insl. of Tech., Pen- 
sacola. Chatham. N. A. 
No. 937. HTA. 




VAN EMDEN, A. L. 

Lieut, ij.g.) 
46 Lindsey Si., Dorcheslcr, 
Mass. Akron, Rockaway, 
Queensown, Roehampton, 
Castletown, Pallice, Brest, 
B. Sh. LTA. 



VAN EVERA, EDWARD 

Ensign 
Marquette, Mich. Mass. 
Inst, of Tech., Miami, 
Pensacola. N. A. No. 2199. 
HTA. 



VAN IIOUTEN, E. L. 
Lieut. iJ.g.) 
5.35 Boylston Ave., North, 
Seattle, Wash. Pensa- 

cola, Moutchic, Gironde, 
Fr., N. A. No. 269. 



VANN, DAN M. 
Ensign 
Howardsville, Md. Mass, 
Inst, of Tech., Akron, 
Pensacola. N. A. No. 2666 
LTA. 




VAN TUYL, W. H. 
Lieul. (j.q.) 
Park Ave., WanLagh, L. I. 
N, Y. Mass. Insl. of Tech., 
Bay Shore, Pensacola. N. 
A. No. 98,!. HTA. 



VAUGIIAN, C. L., Jr. 
Lieut, (j.g.) 
407 Brook St., Providence, 
H. I. Mass. Inst, of Tech., 
Newport, Blue Hill Obser- 
vatory, 'Jueenstown, Wex- 
ford. 



VENNE.MAN, H. S. 

Student Officer 

2:5.5 Parker Ave., Buffalo, 

N. Y. .Mass. Inst, of Tech., 

Bay Shore. HTA. 



VERNP:n, E. M. 
E„.-:i,jn 
60.) Ilullon Hd., Oakmont, 
Pa. Mass. Inst, of Tech , 
Key, Peusacola. N. A. 
No. 1841. HTA. 



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MGEANT, NAPOLEON 

Ensi(/n 
48 Riverside Si., Lowell, 
Mass. Mass. Inst, of Tech., 
Akron, Rockaway Beach. 
LTA. 



\IL.MAR, FREDERICK 

'Student OJ)icer 
18 Theresa Place, Staten 
Island, New York. Dun- 
woody, Mass. iDst. of 
Tech. HTA. 



"\ OGELGESANG, C. E. 

Student Officer 

R. F. D. No. 4. Massilon. 

Ohio. Dunwoody. Mass. 

Inst, of Tech. HTA. 



VOGELL. C. G. 
Lieut. IJ.g.) 
2040 Seventh Ave., New 
Y'jrk City. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., Bay Shore, Pen- 
sacola. N. A. No. 1631. 



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VOLCKENINC;. LLOYD I. 

Ensiijri 
392 Clinton Ave., Brooklyn, 
N. Y. Mass. Insl. of Tech., 
Newport, Akron, Pensa- 
cola. N. A. No. 1582. 
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VON MAIJR, JAiMES W. 

iCnsign 
1800 East River St., Dav- 
enport, Iowa. Mass. Inst, 
of Tech., Pensacola, Miami, 
N. A. No. iOl.5. HTA. 




VOORIIEES, EDW. K. 

Eftsign 

Evanston, 111. Dunwoody, 

Miami, Pensacola. N. A. 

No. 2577. IITA. 



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VOSS. EUGENE L. 
Ensign 
12fi Walnut St., Denison, 
Dunwoody, Miami, 



Iowa 

Pcnsacol; 

HTA 



N. A. No. 2544. 



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Vail, Donai,d B., Ensign, 174 Upper Boulevard, Rid|S;e- 
wood, N. J. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Miami, Pensacola. 
N. A. No. 1019. HTA. 

Vajl, Malcolm D., Ensign, 437 Liacoln Ave., High- 
land Park, HI. 

Valdes, V. F., Lieut, (j.g.), 3337 Walnut St., Phila- 
delphia, Pa. N. A. No. 256. 

VanAken, FIarhy M., Student Officer, 117 St. Johns 
Place., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Vance, C. D., Ensign, 1727 11th Ave., Soulh Eiirming- 
ham, Ala. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Miami, Pensacola. 
N. A. No. 2217. HTA. 

Van Clief, CoiiRTi..\NDT, Lieut. (j.g.").2l5 Vlanor Road, 
W, Brighton. St a. Island, N. Y. Moutchic-Lacanau, 
Pau iliac. France. HTA. 

VanCourt. K., Ensign, 428 Nuber Ave.. Mount Vernon, 
N. Y. Mass. Inst, of Tech.. Langley Field, Miami, Fla., 
Killingholme, Eng., Hampton Roads, Va. 

Van Dam, L., Ensign, 20 Berkly Road, Merion Sta., Pa. 

VandkCaiui, Noraian A., Student Ollicer, 11 Amherst 
St., Rochester, N. Y. 

Vanderbuilt, Ches;ter W., Student Oflicer, 545 Valley 
St., Orange, N. J. 

Vandebbilt, W. S., Jr., Lieut, (j.^)- 

\'an DeWater, D. G. \., Ensign, 177 High St., Passiac, 
N. J. N. A. No. 1818. 

Van Dt'SEN, E. T., Student Officer, 129 N. Hill St., 
Pasadena, Cal. 

Van Fleet, W. C, Jr., Ensign, 2020 Pacihc Ave., San 
Francisco, Cal. French Army, U. S. N. A. S., Dunkirk, 
Fr., U. S. S. Tpxas, Croix de Guerre with Palm. N. A. 
No. 1731. LTA. 

Van Guy, Malcolm, Student Oflicer, 1109 M St., 
Washington, D. C. 

Van Hulsteyn, J. M. C., Ensign, Baltimore, Md. 

Van Ness, John W., Student Officer. 

Van Pelt, Wm. D., Jr., Student Ollice 
Drive, New Y(jrk Cily. 

Van Raale, Arthur, Student OiHccr. 




86 t Riverside 



VanSchaack, Henry C., Student Officer. Hotel Wash- 
ington, Washington, D. C. 

VanValkenburg, Wm., Student Officer, 819 Trust Co. 
of Ga. Rldg., Atlanta, Ga. 

VA^'VooRHIS, Noble, Student Officer, 104 Richelieu, 
New Castle. Pa. 

Varini, F., Ensign. 

Vaiighan, Hines F., Ensign, 116 W. Henry St., Spar- 
tanburg, S. C. Seattle, Washington, San Oiego, Cal., 
Pensacola, Fla. N. A. No. 2346. HTA. 

Vehslage. Frank C, Student Officer, 61 Shanley Ave.. 
Newark, N. J. 

^'EnNOB, John W., Student Officer, 201 Flat Iron Bldg., 
Fort Worth, Texas. 

Verstine, F. P., Student Officer, 173 Main St., Brook- 
ville. Pa. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Bay Shore, L. L, HTA. 

Vl\ll, L. S., Ensign, 84 Clinton Ave., S. Rochester. 
N. Y. N. A. No. 2285. 

ViLAK, Logan Arckibald, Lieut, (j.g.), 279 E. Central 
St.. Highland Park, 111. 

\ incent, Fred W., Jn., Student Officer, 698 Canyon 
Road, Portland, Ore. Mass. Inst, of Tech. LTA. 

\'iNiNG, Merritt a., Lieut, (j g.). 69 Paterson St., 
Rrunswick, N. J. 

\ Lsco, Peter B.. War. Machinist. 1060 Acushnet Ave., 
New Bedford, Mass. 

VoGEL. Hugo, C, R., Student Officer. 395 Lake Drive, 
Milwaukee, Wise. 

VoLLMER. Albert M., Student Olficcr, 3789 Daley Ave., 
San Diego, Cal. Mass. Inst, of Tech. HTA. 

VoLPE, A. M.. War. Carpenter, U.S.N. 

Vonis, Bryant B., Student Officer, Waterloo, 111. 

Voss, R. E., Ensign, St. James, Minn. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., Key West, Pensacola. N. A. No. 2275. HTA. 

Vrooman, F. E., Ensign, 3641 Wyandotte St., Kansas 
Cily, Mo. N. A. No. 1618. 

\'rooman, John E., Student Officer, 3*^36 S. Renton St., 
Kansas City, Mo. 



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WALKER, ERNEST E. 
Ensign 
Paoli, Indiana. Great 

Lakes, Mass. Inst, of Tech., 
Rlue Hill Otjservalory. 
IITA. 



WALLER, PHILIP R. 

Student Officer 
2031'^ Fuhrnian Ave., 
Seattle, Wasti. Seattle. 



WALLER, ROLAND E. 

Ensif/n 
112 W. Newell Ave., Ruth- 
erford, N. J. Mass. Inst, 
of Tech., Miami, Hay 
Shore, Pensacola. N. A. No. 
1403. UTA. 



WALSH, ARTHUR E. 

SliidenL Officer 
766 Ostrorn .\ve., Syracuse, 
N. Y. M.1SS. Inst, of 
Tech., Bay Shore, Bruns- 
wick, Key West. HTA. 




WALSH, FREDERICK I. 

Student Officer 
21.50 Bucker Ave., Everett, 
Washington. Mass. Inst, 
of Tech., Bay Shore. HTA. 



WARBASSE, C. N. 
Enstt/n 
1.31 Seventy-sixth St., 
Brooklyn, N. Y. Mass. 
Inst, of Tech., Boy Shore. 
Pensacola. N. A. No. 2169. 
IITA. 



WARBURG, JAMES P. 

Lieul. (j.rj.) 
gs.l Charles River Road, 
Cambridge, Mass. New- 
[)ort News, Hampton Roads, 
Washington, Bureau of 
Nav. HTA. 



WARBURTON, WM. 

Lieut, ij.g.) 
122 East 76th St., New 
York Cily, RFC, B. Sh., 
C^aNhol. Ncwhaven, Amien, 
Canipagne, N. B. G. N. 
A. No. 163. 



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WARNER. HERBERT R. 

Ensign 
Plymouth, Mich. Mass. 
Inst, of Tech., Pensacola, 
Miami, No. Bomb. Gr., 
Fr., Moutchic, Fr. N. A. 
No. 732. HTA. 



WARNER, J. LAIRD. 
Ensign 
Ten .Sleep, Wyo. Mass. 
Inst, of Tech.. .JVkrfin, Pen- 
sacola. N. A. No. 2648. 
LTA. 



WARNER, PAUL ClIAS. 

Lieut, ij.g.) 
3.S Lockwood Ave., New 
Rochelle, New York. Mass. 
Inst, of Tech., Key West. 
Pensacola. N. A. No. 2620. 
HTA. 




W.\RREN, ALDRED K. 

Lieut, ij.g.) 
12 Siim'n!>r St., Salem, 
Mass. Mass. Inst, of Tech., 
Pensacola, San Diego. N. 
A. No. la3. IITA. 




WASS, WARREN II. 
Ensign 
.32 E. Iskiy St., Santa 
Barbara, Cal. Mass. Inst, 
of Tech., Key West, Mi- 
ami, Pensacola. N. A. No. 
1396. HTA. 



WASSELL, HERBERT L. 

Student Officer 
Lillle Rock, Ark. Mass. 
Inst, of Tech., Bay Shore. 
HTA. 



WATERMAN, FRANCIS 

Ensign 
20111 Allston Way, Berke- 
ley, Cal. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., Key West, Miami, 
Pensacola. N. A. No. 1821. 
HTA. 



WATKRS, ROBERTS. 

Ensign 
Southrnont, Johnstown, Pa. 
Mass. Inst, of Tech., Mout- 
chic, Pensacola, Treguier. 
N. A. No. 921. HTA. 





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WHITE, THOS. G. 

Student Officer 
Maine St., (,)nincy, 
Dutiwoody, Miami, 
West. HTA. 



WHITEHOUSE. R 

Ensign 
108 Vaughan St., Portland, 
Me. Mass. Inst, of Tech., 
Hampton Rds., PeiLSacoIa, 
Moul(^hic, Fr., Le Croisic, 
Fr. N. A. No. 391. HTA. 



WHITESCAHVER, W. 
Student Officer 
31 Broad St., Georgetown, 



S. C. 
HTA. 



Mass. Inst, of Tech. 



WHITING, EDMUND A. 

Ensign 
76 Ga1e.s Ave., Montclair, 
N. J. Mass. Inst, of Tech., 
Buffalo, Keyport. 




AVIIITING, IRVING II. 

Student Officer 
297.5 Corydon Road, Cleve- 
land, Ohio. Seattle, San 
Diego. HTA. 



WHITMAN, R. L. 

Lieut, ij.g.) 

l.jO East 72nd St., New 

York City. Mass. Inst, of 

Tech., Great Lakes. HTA. 



WHITMORE, F. R. 
Ensign 
1 13 So. Barkley St., Water- 
loo, Iowa. Columbia Univ., 
Bay Shore, Great Lakes, 
Pensacola. HTA. 





WHITNEY, PAUL LeB. 

Ensign 
Elmcourt, Medina Road, 
Akron, Ohio. M. I. T., 
Hampton Rds., Brest, Fr., 
Kt-y West, N. A. No. 2601 . 





WHITNEY, RICHARD T, 

Lieut, (j.g.) 
219 Hope St., Providence, 
R. I. Mass. Inst, of Tech., 
Hamjjton Roads, Pensa- 
cola, Moutchic, L'Aber 
Vrach. N. A. No. 393. 



WHITTED, JAMES A. 

Lieut. (J.g.) 
200 West Ga Rua St., 
Pensacola, Fla. Pensacola. 
N. A. No. 179. HTA. 



WHYEL, THOS. M. 
Ensign 
1(13 E. Fayette St., Union- 
town, Pa. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech.. Key West, Pensa- 
cola. N. A. No. 1700. 



WHYTE, DAVID R. 

Ensign 
930 Queen St., East Toron- 
to, Canada. Bay Shore, 
Key West, Miami, Pensa- 
cola, Hampton Rds. N. A. 
No. 2161. LTA. 




WHYTE, RUSSELL I. 

Student Officer 

2503 14t.h St., N. W., 

Wash., D. C. Mass. Inst. 

of Tech. IITA. 




WICKER, J. C. 

Ensign 
Blackford, Va. Mass. 

Inst, of Tech., Norfolk, 
Pensacola, Moutchic, Brest, 
Brooklyn. N. A. No. 689. 
HTA. 



WICKWIRE, A. M., Jr. 

Student Officer 
119 Highland Ave., West- 
field, N. J. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., Bay Shore. HTA. 



WIEBUSCH, E. G. L., Jr. 

Ensign 
207 North 7th St., Waco, 
Texas. Seattle, Sau Diego, 
Pensacola. N. A. No. 2510. 
HTA. 



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WIGELY, ROBERT G. 

Ensign 
Albuquerque, New Mexico. 
Mass. Inst, of Teeh., San 
Diego, Miami, Key West. 
N. A. No. 2058. HTA. 



WIGGLESWORTH, A. G. 

Ensign 
426 Central Ave., Wilmette, 



WIGGLESWORTH, F. 

Lieut. {].<}.) 
2 West Hill Place. Boston, 
Mass. Mass. Inst, of 

Tech. 



WILBUR, ROBT. A., Jr. 

Ensiiiri 

606 \V. Clinton St., Elmira, 

N. Y. Mass. Inst, of Tech., 

Miami, Pensacola. N. A. 

No. 2283. HTA. 





WILSON 

Lieul. (j.q.) 
51 Main St., Thomaston, 
Me. Mass. Inst, of Tech., 
Pensacola. N. A. No. 2171. 
HTA. 



Ensign 
General Del. Bosworth, 
Mo. Mass. Inst, of Tech., 
Miami. Pensacola. N. A. 
No. 224.5. HTA. 



Ensign 
186 State St., Perth Am- 
hoy. N. J. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., Buffalo, Klizabelh, 
Garden City. N. A. No. 
1018. HTA. 



WIMMER, EDWARD L- 

Machinist 
7120 Emerald Ave., Chi- 
cago, 111. Columbia Univ., 
Great Lakes, Hockaway 
Beach. HTA. 



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WININGS. W. C. 

Ensign 
1655 N. Alabama St., 
Indianapolis, Ind. j Mass. 
Inst, of Tech., Akron, 
Rockaway Beach. LTA. 




WISE, K. S. N. 

Ensign 

Moiitchic, Lake Bolsena, 



Porto Corsin 



IITA. 



WISSMAN, LEO B. 

Student Officer 

551 East Thirteenth St.. 

Cincinnati, Ohio. Miami. 



295 




WITTE, EDWARD B. 
Ensign 
129 1 Fillmore Ave., Bufralo, 
N. Y. M. I. T., Key West, 
Miami, Moutchic, Outang 
Malpensa. N. A. No. 1447. 
HTA. 



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WORTH, IRVING II. 

Sluderil Officer 
61 East 95th St., Ne%v York 
City. Mass. Inst, ot Tech. 
LTA. 



WRIGHT, RORERT F. 

Ensign 
.3.39 Kingsway Ave., Winni- 
peg, Canada. Dunwoody, 
San Diego, Pensacola. N. 
A. No. 2266. HTA. 



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WRIGHT. WEBSTER M. 
Lieul. ij.g.) 

Bivonac Place. Fort 
Thomas, Ky. M. I. T., 
Moutchic, Fr.. Brest, Fr., 
L'Aber Vrach, Pensacola. 
N. A. No. 322. HTA. 



WYLIE, HAROLD H. 
Ensign 
Bowesmont, N. D. Seattle, 
Univ. Wash., San Diego, 
Pensacola. N. A. No. 1918. 
HTA. 



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Wachteb, Fekdin-ind, Ensign. Mass. Inst, of Tech.. 
Miami. Pensacola. HTA. 

W.iCKMAN. Lee Daniel, Sti.dent Officer. Alhert Lea, 
Mmn. Seattle, Wash. HTA. 

Waddell. RRro. Student Omcer. Room 456 Elec. & Gas 
Bldg.. Atlanta. Ga. 

Wadsworth. Horace E., Student Ollicer. New Ocean 
House, Swampscott, Mass. 

_ Wagenseil, Edgar White, Lieut, (j.g.), 5788 E. Circle 
Ave., Chicago, III. 

Waggeneh. C. E.. Ensign, 111 Realty St., Columbus, 
lud. 

Wagner. Arthur C, Ensign. 15J1 Cleveland Place, 
Denver. Col. N. A. No. 1626. 

Wagner, T. II.. Ensign. 

Wagner. Tho.s. II., Jr., Ensign. N. A. No. 1461. 

Waldon, R11S.SELL E.. Ensign, 427 Seward Ave., Detroit, 
Mich. N. A. No. 2144. 

Wales, L. A., Ensign, Care of A. B. Leach & Co., 62 
Cedar St., New York City. 

Walker, Donald. Ensign. 85 Washington St., East 
Orange. N. J. N. A. No. 2048. 

Walker, II. W., Ensign, 1233 Munsey Bldg., Wash- 
ington, D. C. 

Walker, James Carl, Ensign. 

Walker, Jos. R., Student Olhcer, 158 Summer St.. 
Boston. Mass. 

Walker, I^eslie A., Lieut, (j.g.). 1419 Pike Road, Ensley. 
Birmingham. Ala. Mass. Inst, of Tech.. Pensacola. Fla. 
N. A. No. 718. HTA. 

Walker. Leon B.. Student Olllrer. 1 Hillhouse Ave., 
New Haven. Conn. 

Walker. O. P.. Ensign, 1313 E. Boulevard St.. El Paso. 
Tex. N. A. No. 2116." 

Walker, W. J., Lieut, (.j.g.). N. A. No. 1167. 

Wallace. Clayton M., Student Officer, 8 Lake St., 
Wolfeboro, N. H. Mass. Inst, of Tech. HTA. 

Wallace. G. II., War. Machinist. 6203 Palatine Ave., 
Seattle, Wasti. Puget Sound Navy Yard, San Diego Air 
Station. 

Wallace, Llither T., Student Ollicer, 806 Marguctte 
Bldg., Detroit, Mich. 

Wallace. Rav Re.\ch, Ensign, 530 N. Central Ave., 
Austin, Chicago. 111. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Cape May. 
Miami. IVnsacoIa. Norfolk. HTA. 

Wallick. L. D.. Ensign. Hotel Deshler, Columbus, Ohio. 

Walling, E. S.. Lieut, (j.g.). 

Wallincford, J. K.. Ensign. 107 N. Miller St , Cynthiana. 
Ky. N. A. No. 1705. 

Walsh. Cline J.. Student Officer. 1058 Second Ave., 
Detroit. Mich. 

Walsh, Edward J., Student Officer, 313 Southbrook 
Courts, Washington, D. C. Univ. of Washington, Seattle. 
HTA. 

Walsh, Garnar V., Student Officer, 122 WiUoughby 
Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y'. 

Walsh, Jos. R., Student Officer, 3 E. 128th St.. New 
Y'ork City. 

Walter, Edwin H., Ensign, 806 West St.. Wilmington, 
Del. N. A. No. 2124. 



Walter, Otto F.. Student Officer. Columbus. Neb. 
Mass. Inst, of Tech. HTA. 

Walters, C. W., Ensign, Casselton, N. D. 

Ward, Alfred, War. Machinist. 

Ward, Harrison F.. Student Officer. 

Ward, Jasper I., War. Gunner. 

Ward. Max F., Student Officer. 

Ward, Thomas Wm.. Student Officer. Sharon. Pa. 

Wardwell. Charles Ed., Ensign. N. A. No. 759. 

Ware, Henry M., Student Officer, 2 Magnolia Court, 
Greensboro, N. C. Mass. Inst, of Tech. HTA. 

Waiie, Robt. Hughes, Student Officer, Country Club. 
Brookline. Mass. Mass. Inst, of Tech. HTA. 

Warford, Henry W., Student Otricer, Genesee, N. Y. 

Warner, Edward A., Student Officer, Republic 
Bldg., Kansas City, Mo. Seal lie. Wash., Miami, Fla. 
HTA. 

Warner, II., Student Officer, Grafton Hotel, Wash- 
ington, DC. Mass. Inst, ol Tech. LTA. 

Warren. R. A.. Student Officer. 32 Weston St.. Wallham, 
Mass. 

Warren, R. Rates, Ensign, 1311 Columbia Road, 
Washing Ion, D. C. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Miami, Pen- 
sacola, Cape May. N. A. No. 1311. HTA. 

Warren, Walter K., Student Officer, 8401-17th Ave., 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

^^^\SHBURN, Frederick .\., Student Officer. 

Washburn. J. R.. War. Boatswain. 705 13th Ave., 
Milwaukee, \\'is. Pensacola. Squantum, Mass., San Diego, 
Cal., North Island. HTA. 

Waters, Harris M., Ensign. Alexandria, Va. N. A. 
No. 1990. 

Waters. ttpAL Selby. En.^ign. 2647 Durant Ave., 
Berkeley. Cal. Mass. Inst, of Tech.. Miami. Fla., 
Pensacola. Fla. N. A. No. 1591. HTA. 

Watkins. J. L., Student Officer, 412 W. Clinton St., 
Elmira. N. Y'. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Akron. LTA. 

Watkins. Ronald G., Student Officer. 1641 Lucile 
Ave., Los Angeles. Cal. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Miami, 
San Diego. IITA. 

Watson, Edw. B., Student Officer, 487 Adams St., 
Milton, Mass. 

Watson, J. W., Ensign, 38 W. Loo St., Frostbiirg, 
Maryland. N. A. No. 1962. 

W.ATSON. L. Savage, Ensign. Mamaroneck, N. Y. 

Watson-. B. M.. Student Officer. North Bend, Neb. 
Seattle, Wash., Key West. Fla. HTA. 

Watt, Geo. Y., Ensign. 

Wattkbs, Louis IL, Student Officer. lOfi Ocean View 
Ave., Santa Cruz, Cal. Mass. Insl. of Tech., Akron, 
Ohio. LTA. 

WtTTS, Curtis C, Ensign, Hansel Hall Apts., Windsor 
Hills, Baltimore, Md. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Akron, Ohio, 
Pensacola. Fla. LT.\. 

Watts, ^\^M. B., Ensign, 413 First Ave., Rome. Ga. 
Mass. Inst, of Tech., Bay Shore. L. I.. Pensacola, Fla. 
N. A. No. 1340. HTA. 

Waugh, R. S., Ensign. 



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Weaver. R. B., Ensign, 620 Columbus Ave., Boston. 
Mass. 

WEBBEn, R.\LPH B., Student Officer, 119.5 Beacon St., 
Brookline, Mass. Mass. Inst, of Tech. HTA. 

Webeb. Chahles M., Ensign, 1U7 Trust & Sav. Bldg., 
Los Angeles, Cal. 

Webster, Fued N., Ensign, 7730 E. Lake Terrace. 
Chicago, 111. 

Weed, Geo. W., Student Officer, 1912 Avenue II., 
Brooklyn, N. Y. Dunwoody Inst., Minn. IITA. 

Weeks, W. L., Ensign, Carmen St., I'atchogue, N. Y. 
N. A. No. 2261. 

Weems, Chas. L., Ensign, le.'il York St., Quincy, 111. 
N. A. No. 1172. 

Wegneb, Fritz W., Ensign, Frankfort, N. Y. 
Weil, Edward A., Student Officer, 4202 Parkside Ave., 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

Weinberg, Harry W., War Boatswain. 

Weiimig. C. a.. Student Officer, 604 Linwood Ave., 
nuffalo, N. Y. Moss. Inst, of Tech. HTA. 

Wets, Charles W., Jr., Ensign, 430 Oxford St., Ro- 
chester, N. Y. N. A. No. 611. 

Weis, Erwin T., Student Officer, 2182 Glenwood Ave., 
Toledo, Ohio. Mass. Inst, of Tech. HTA. 

Welboan, Lee C, Student Officer, 34 N. 23rd St., 
New York City. 

Welch, E. P., Ensign, Gloucester, Mass. N. A. No. 997. 

Welch, Leo. D., Student Officer, 169 Clinton St., 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Welch, Richard E., Student Officer, 25 Barlon St., 
Newburyport, Mass. 

Weld, Frank E., Ensign. 

Weld, L., Lieut, (j.g.)., 82 Brever St., New York City. 
N. A. No. 219. 

Weller, Michael, Student Officer. 2002 H St., N. W., 
Washinglon, D. C. 

Welles, C. R., Sludent Officer, Stratford, Conn. 
Mass. Inst, of Tech. HTA. 

Welle,"!, Russell, Ensign, 71 Town St., Norwich, Conn. 
Mass. Inst, of Tech., Miami, Pensacola. N. A. No. 1186. 

Wells, Chandler, Lieut, (j.g.), 490 Linwood Ave., 
Buffalo, N. Y. Packard Motor'Co. 

Wells, R. H., Ensign, 104 Charles River Road, Cam- 
bridge, Mass. 

Wells, Thomas M., Student Officer, 314 Orange St., 
Wilmington, N. C. 

Welsh, Mai>ison F., Lieut. Ij.g.), 404 Elderado St., 
Decatur, 111. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Hampton Roads, 
Pensacola, Fla., Rockaway Beach. N. A. No. 414. 

Welty, Henry Harrison, Student Officer, 1242 Western 
Ave., Topeka, Kansas. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Miami, 
Fla. HTA. 

Wei.tv. Leonard A., War. Boatswain, Franklin, Dela- 
ware County, N. Y., Pensacola, Fla., Killingholme, Eng.: 
Bay Shore, L. L; Miami, Fla.; Anacostia, D. C; Hampton 
Roads, Rockaway, L. I.; U. S. S., Norlh Carolina, V. S. S. 
Seattle, U. S. S. Shawmul. HTA. 

WEI..7ANT, Geo. P., Ensign, 721 S. Broadway, Baltimore, 
Md. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Akron, Pensacola. N. A. 
No. 1994. LTA. 

Wenner, Frank II., Ensign, 110 Addinglon Place, 
Utica, N. y. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Miami, Pensacola. 
HTA. 

Wenz, E. a.. Ensign. 

Werxelman, D. J., Jr., Ensign, 3529 Locust St.. 
Philadelphia, Pa. N. A. No. 2332. 

Wesley, Habold H.. Ensign. Terra Ceia, N. C. 

Wessells, Walter B., Ensign, 315 Dolphin St., Balti- 
more, Md. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Miami, Pensacola, Fla. 
N. A. No. 1844. HTA. 

West, James W., Student Officer, 35 W. 15th St., 
Atlanta, Ga, 

West, W. M., Lieut, (jg). 56 Nightingale St., Dor- 
chester, Mass. N. A_ No. 220' o. 

Weston, C. F., Ensign, Royal St., Mcdford, Mass. 

Wetherby, John K., Jb., Student Oificer, 1519 Spruce 
Place, Minn., Minn. 

Whalen, Edmt;nd A., Jb.. Student Officer, 153 Clifton 
Place, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Whales, T. C, War. Boatswain. 

Whailey, Wm. J., Student Officer, 2218 Arlington Ave., 
Birmingham, Ala. 

Wheelan, Wni. L., Student Officer, 034 Carlton Ave., 
Plainfield, N. J. 

Wheeler. Henry C, Student Officer. 




, Evanston, 

Hampton 

,. No. 2430. 

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Wheeler, J. L., Ensign, 524 Riverside Drive, N. Y. 
City. N. A. No. 2008. 

Wheeler, John E., Student Officer. 

Wheeler, Oscar G., Lieut. (,lg). 8 Greylock Road, 
AUston, Mass. Pensacola, Washington, D. C. N. A. 
No. 237. HTA. 

Wheeler, R. A., Ensign, Orchard Park, N. Y. 

Wheltle, Albert Fh.\ncis, Student Officer, 105 E. 
West St., Baltimore, Md. Mass. Inst, of Tech. HTA. 

Whelan, T. J., Ensign, 95 Collage St., Lynn, Mass. 
N. A. No. 2062. 

Whebby, Kenneth S., Student Officer, 3433 Carnegie 
Ave., Cleveland, Ohio. 

Whidden, Wm. B., Ensign, 39 Sterling St., West Newton, 
Mass. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Bay Shore, L. I., Pensacola. 
Fla. N. A. No. 1815. HTA. 

Whicham, WiM., Jb., Ensign, 5815 Fifth Ave., Pitts- 
burgh, Pa. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Bay Shore, L. I., Pen- 
sacola, Fla. HTA. 

Whipple, Ru.sseli. A., Student Officer. 1335 Smith St., 
Providence, R. I. 

Whitakeb, E. L., Ensign. 

Whitakeb, H. D., Ensign, 3133 Menlo Ave., Hyde Park, 
Cincinnati, Ohio. N. A. No. 1445. 

Whitakeb. L. J., Ensign. 

WiiiTAKEn, R. A.. Ensign, 1116 Main St., Baton Rouge, 
La. N. A. No. 1946. 

Whitco.mb, Fbanklin L., Student Officer. 

WHircoMB, K. F.. Ensign, 1123 Asbury Ave., 
111. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Rockaway. L. L: 
Roads. Va.; Akron, O.; Pensacola, Fla. N. 
LTA. 

Whitcomb, RoLLiN L., Student Officer, 
Ave., So. Minneapolis, Minn. 

White, C. W., Ensign, Hertford. N. C. N. A. No. 1706.. 

White. Edw. 1., Student Officer, 615 Hlackstone Ave., 
Fresno, Cal. 

White, Ebskine N., Student Officer, 1125 Madison 
Ave., New York City. Great Lakes, 111- 

White. Jos. II., Student Officer, 5610 Dorchester Ave., 
Chicago, 111. 

White, L. G., Lieut, (j.g.), 203 Court St., Portsmouth, 
Va. 

White. Raymond M., Ensign, Great Western Sugar 
Co., Billings, Mont. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Miami, Fla., 
Pensacola, Fla. N. A. No. 1551. HTA. 

White, Russell II., Ensign, 3329 East Madison St., 
Seattle, Wash. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Univ. of Wash., 
Pensacola. 

White. Sibley L.. Ensign. 128 E St., S. E., Wash- 
ington, D. C. N. A. No. 1764. 

White, Walter, Ensign. N. A. No. 1496. 

White, Wm. M., Jb., Student Officer, Mexico, Tex. 

Whitehead, Charles P., Student Officer. 

Whitehead, John T., Student Officer, 1322 E. Mar- 
quette Road, Chicago, 111. 

Whitehead, V. L., Jr.. Ensign. 2 Mechanic St., Buffalo, 
N. Y. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Miami, Pensacola. N. A. 
No. 2425. HTA. 

Whitehurst, Ben. W., Ensign, The Earlington, 16th 
St., Washington, D. C. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Wash- 
ington. HTA. 

Whitelaw, Geo. P., Student Officer, 5291 Westminster 
Place, St. Louis, Mo. Mass. Inst, of Tech. LTA. 

Whtteman, Z. H., Jr., Ensign, 106 E. 4th St.. Williams- 
port. Pa. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Key West, Miami, Pen- 
sacola. Fla.. Hampton Boads, Va.. Cape May, N. J. 
N. A. No. 1654. HTA. 

Whiting, Brainabd S., Student Officer. 

Whiting, Robebt B., Ensign, Station B., Winsted, 
Conn. Great Lakes, 111., Pensacola, Fla. LTA. 

Whitney, J. R., Ensign, Sewickley, Pa. N. A. No. 1084. 

Whitney, King, Ensign, Geneva, N. Y. Akron, R. N. 
A. S.. Roehampton, Eng.: Queenstown, Ire; Brest, France; 
La Trinite, France. LTA. 

Whittaker, James E., Student Officer, 5 Trumbull 
Square, Worcester, Mass. 

Whittle, Geo. V., Lieut, {.i.g.), Crestwood, Town of 
Eastchestcr, N. Y. Akron, Ohio, Washington, D. C, 
Hampton Ro.ads. LTA. 

Wick, Henry C, Jr., Student Officer, 13124 Euclid 
Ave., Cleveland, Ohio. 

WicKES, Bradford, Student Officer, 105 E. 53rd St., 
New York City. 

Wjcket, J. Caldwell, Ensign, Richmond, Va. Mass. 



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WicKHAM, Rex H., Studenl Officer. 

WiCKMAiv, Wtf.BUR F., Ensiyn, 117 E. Hih St., Concordia, 
Kansas. Mass. Insl. of Tech , Pensacola. Fla.; Cape Mav, 
N. J.; Akron, Ohio. N. A. No. 15;J7. LTA. 

Wicks, John H., Machinist, Bay Shore, L. I., New York. 
Pensacola, Bay Shore, Brunswick. HTA. 

WrDENF.n, Seth G., Student Omcer, Chili Station, N. Y. 

WrDMEn, W. R., ICnsign, 429 W. 117th St., New York 
Cily. N. A. No. 1201. 

WiDMER. W. E., Ensign, 508 S. Main St., Centerville, 
Iowa. Maws. Inst, of Tech., Key Wesl. Miami, Pla., 
Hampton Roads, Va., Pensacola, Fla. HTA. 

WiGMAN. Walter W.. Ensign, N. A. No. 1775. 

WiLBAB, Wads WORTH. Ensign. 15.5 Cohannet St., 
Taunton, Mass. N. A. No. H96. 

Wilcox, Robt. B., Ensi^rn, Elks Club, Amsterdam, N. 
Y. Mass. Insl. of Tech., Key West, Miami, Pensacola, 
Queenstown, Ireland; Wexford, Ireland. N. A. No. 1251. 
HTA- 

Wild, Marcellus F., Ensign, 143 Spg. St., Rochester, 
N. Y. N. A. No. 1405. 

Wild, Robt. S., Student Officer, 3641 Locust St., Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 

Wilder, Emory IE, Lieut, (j-g.), 1622 Forest Place, 
Evanston. III. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Great Lakes, Key 
West, Port Sewal, Miami, Pensacola. N. A. No. 
LTA. 

Wilder, Herbert F., War. Machinist. 

Wiley, James Duncaiv, Student OITicer, 1548 Beacon 
St., Wahan, Mass. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Hampton 
Roads, Va., Pensacola, Fla., New York. Boston. HTA. 

Wiley, N. Chester, Student Officer, 10 Crocker St., 
Somerville, Mass. Mass. Insl. of Tech. LTA. 

WiLKiNs, Cleon, Student Officer, Spanish Fork, Utah. 

WiLKiNs, E. B., Ensign, 3771 Clay St., San Francisco, 
Cal. N. A. No. 1765. 

Wilkinson, Wm., War. Gunner. 

Willett, .Foseph J., Jr., Student Ollicer, 1325 Ave. F., 
Anniston, Ala. 

William, Arthur S., Lieut, (j.g.), Chaj.in, S. C. 
N. A. No. 114. 

William, C. D., Lieut 
Mich. 

William's, A. J., 
Cily. 

Williams, Chas, 
Elraira, N. Y. 

Williams, C. E., War. Gunner. 

Williams, Ernest N., Student Officer. 

WiLLiA^is, EuoENE A-.Studont OlTiccr, 309 Massachusetts 
Ave., N. W., Washington. D. C. 

\\'iLLiAMs, Ir.v Jason, Student Officer, 1122 Fairmont 
St.. Washington. D. C. 

Williams, J. G., Student Officer, 712 Candler Bldg., 
Atlanta, Ga., Seattle, Washin ton. HTA. 

Williams, John Warben. Student Officer. 136 Edge- 
wood St., Hartford, Conn. 

Williams, Lanodon T., Student Officer, 223 Woodland 
Ave., Columbus. Ohio. Dunwoody Institute, Minn. 

Williams, Marcus E., Ensign. 

Williams, Richard T.. Ensign. 39 1 Elmwood Ave.. 
Buffalo, N. Y. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Miami. Pensacola, 
Key We-it. HTA. 

Williams, Sidney D., Student Officer. 209 State St., 
Harrisburg, Pu. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Miami, Florida. 
HTA. 

\\'iLLiA.Ms, Staunton, Student Officer, Q90 Pro-^pect Ave., 
Hartford, Conn. Mass. Inst, of Tech. HTA. 

Williams, Vernon M.. Ensign. N. A. No. 2210. 

Williams, Wm. K., Student Officer, 160 Wilson Ave., 
Columbus, Ohio. 

Williamson, Arthur Douglass, Student Officer. 6 
Division St., IHon. N. Y. Ma^s. Inst, of Tech. HTA. 

Williamson, R. L., Ensign. N. A. No. 629. 

Willincham, Judson, Student Officer, 703 Piedmont 
Ave., Atlanta. Ga. 

Willis, P. Connally, Student Officer, 925 N. 16th St.. 
Waco, Te.xas. Seattle, Washington, San Diego, Cal. 
HTA. 

Wills, Bert W.. En.sign. N. A. No. 1739. 

Wilson, A. G., W^ar. Boatswain, 136 W. 90th St.. New 
York City. N. A. No. 1463. 

Wilson, C. M., War. Machinist, 3961 Ashland Ave., 
St. Louis, Mo., Columbia University. Great Lakes, III.; 
Philadelphia, Pa.; Pauillac, Dunkirk ,Paimboeuf, France. 



(j.g.), 32 Slinson St., Detroit, 
Ensign. 373 E. 207th St., New York 
Student Officer, 365 W. Clinton St., 



Wilson, Charles C, Student Officer. 213 Webstei 
Ave., Muskegon, Mich. 

Wilson, D., Lieut, (j.g.). 63 Hancock St., Lexington, 
Mass. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Pensacola and aboard U. S. S. 
•Shawmut. 

Wilson, Everett Rowland, Ensign. High Park, Grand 
View Drive, Peoria, 111. Mass. Inst, of Tech.. Bay Shore, 
L. L, Pensacola, Hampton Roads. HTA. 

W^ilson, Frank M., Student Officer, 5533 Sierra Vista 
St., Los Angeles. Cal. 

AViLsoN, James H., Student Officer. 332 McKinley Ave., 
Salem, Ohio. Mass. Inst, of Tech.. Miami. HTA. 

Wilson, JrjLius L., Ensign, 416 W. 122nd St.. New 
York City. Mass. Inst, of Tech.. Key West, Pensacola. 
N. A. No. 1795. HTA. 

Wilson. Lincoln S.. Lieut, (j.g.), R. F. D. No. 61. 
Norwalk, Conn. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Ray Shore, Hamp- 
ton Roads, Pensacola. N. A. No. 1171. 

Wilson, Leslie E., Student Officer, U. S. Naval Hos- 
pital, Fort Lyon, Colo. 

Wilson, Milton A., Student Officer, 1 Slate St., Weth- 
ersticld, Cnnn. 

W/LSON, Samuel J., Student Officer. 

Wilson, W. H., Ensign. Tallahassee, Fla. N. A. No. 

loia. 

Wilson, W^ Henry, Ensign, 186 State St.. Perth Amboy. 
N. J. 

Wilson, Walter G., Ensign, 34 15th St., Lowell, Mass. 
N. A. No. 1045. 

Wilson, W^l S., Ensign, 1239 Girard St., N. W., 
W^ashington, D. C. 

Wlnants, F. H.. Ensiqn, 15 W. Madison St., BaUimore, 
Md. 

Windsor, John J.. Student Officer, 119 Don Caspar Ave,, 
Ma.ss. Lis), of Tech., U. S. S. Minnesola, San Francisco. 

nT.\. 

\\ mo, Herbert C, Lieut, (j.g.), 231 W. 10th Ave.. 
Columbus, (Jhio. Akron, Rockavvay Queenstown. Ireland; 
Wexford. Ireland; R. N. ,\. S. Roehampton, Eng., La 
Trinite, Brest, France. 

Winn, Fred M., Student Officer, 629 W. lOlh St., 
Oklahoma City, Okla. Seattle, Washington. IITA. 

WiNSLOw, lUiRNSinE, Eusign, 145 Cold Sitring St., 
New Haven, Conn., Great Lakes, Pensacola. 

\A'iNSLo« , IViBEHT C, Si iidcut OHicer, Union Trust 
Co.. Indianar'olis, Ind. Ma.ss. Inst, of Tech., Key West, 
Pensacola. Pla. HTA. 

W^iNSTON. James W., Student Offiicer, Duarte, Cal. 

Winterhalter, William Charles, Ensign, 75 Lin vood 
Ave., Craflon. Pa. Mass. Inst, of Tecii., Miami, Fla. 
N. A. No. 2050. HTA. 

WiNTERSTEEN. JoHN, Ensigu, 2220 Delancey St.. 
Philadelphia. Pa. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Key West. 
N. A. No. 1478. HTA. 

\A'ippEnMAN, Walter K., Student Officer, Loan & 
Trust l^o., Logan'iitort, Ind. 

Wiseman, C. J., Student UlTicer, 2224 Fulton St., San 
Francisco, Cal. 

>\'iTHEiiiLL, LisTON L., Student Officer, 100 Walnut St., 
Syracuse, N. Y. 

Wolf. E. L., Lieut, fj.g.), 1931 St. Paul St., Baltimore, 
Md. 

Wolfe, J., Lieut, (j.g.), Brooskide Farm, Ossining, N. Y. 

WoLriiN, Geo. L., Ensign, 1705 Walnut St., Berkeley, 
Cal., Seattle, W^ashington; San Diego, Cal., Pensacola, 
Fla. N. A. No. 2244. HTA. 

Wood, Arthur R.. War Carpenter, U. S. N. 

Wood, Frederick S., Studenl Ofliccr, 76(10 Euclid 
Ave., Cleveland, Oliio. 

Wood, G. L., Ensign. N. A. No. 1937. 

Wood, Henry L., Ensign, HunLingLon, L. I, 
Mass. Inst, of Tech., Instructor. 

Wood, Ouintan, Ensign, Logan, La. Seattle 
ington. Key West, Pensacola, Fla. N. A. No. 2307 

Wood, R. C, Ensign. N. A. No. 1397. 

Wood, R. W^., Ensign, Ivy Depot, Albermarle Co., Va_ 
N. A. No. 2009. 

Wood, R. Warner. Ensign, 56 Warren Ave., l*~ast, 
Detroit, Mich. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Key West, Miami, 
Pensacola. HTA. 

Wool), Roy W., Student Officer, 4206 Fairview Road, 
P. II.. Little Rock, Ark. 

W ooD, Thomas W., Student Officer, La Fayette, Ala. 

Woodhouse, Hartland, Student Officer, 549 W. End 
Ave., New York City. 

WooDLiEF, Harold Bov, Student Officer, Ottawa, Kan. 



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WoorjiuiFF, BniicF F., Knsifrn, HopkirisviUe, Ky. 
Mass. Insl. of Tech., Key West, Pensficola. IN. A. No. 
1873. IITA. 

WooiMtLiFF, C C, Jb., Ensign, 52'i llriiversily .\ve., 
Ilhaco, N. Y. N. A. No. 1139. 

WooDKliKF, T., Knsign, 130 Atlanlir St., lirid/^'etown, 
N.J. 

Woods, T. F., Ensign, 314 Stale St., Albany, N. Y. 

WoOD.s, WiLl.HM n., Student Officer, IMI Lal'ayelle St., 
Denver, Colo. 

WooDsiDF,, L. n.. Ensign, 21 E. Madison St., Haiti- 
more, Md. 

WoOLFY, Geokge T., Lieut, f.i.g.). 

WooT.sKY, T. J., I'^nsign, 3.50 Post St., San Franci.sro, 
Cat. N.A. No. 1331. 

WonprcN, Lf.slir .1., Student OfTicer. 

WoRLEY, FiiED M., Student Oiricer, 1116 W. 6lli St., 
Topeka, Kans. Seattle, Miami. IITA. 

Worth, L. K., Ensign, 723 W. Colorado Ave., Colo- 
rado Springs, Colo. N. .\. No. 207.i. 

Wray, James R. L., Knsign, 221R Locust St., Phila- 
delfihia. Pa. Mass. Inst, ol' Tech., Ray Shore, Pensacola, 
Moulchic. Fromenline. N. A. No. 93fp. IITA. 

Wrenn, Canfield M., Student OlTicer, 210 Capital 
Bk. Bldg., Des Moines, Iowa. Mass. Inst, of Tech. LTA. 



Wright, Allvn Lee, Ensign, Columlms, Wise. 

WniGH], EuwARD P.. Lieut, (i.e.), 22.5 Taylor Ave., 
Detroit, Mich. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Bay Shore. Pen- 
sacola. N. A. No. 9.51. IITA. 

Wright, F. II., Ensign, Liberty, Kv. N. A. No. 148. 

Wright, Francis M., Student Omcer, 911 W. Green 
St.. IJrbana, 111. 

Wright, James N., Ensign, 315 Gilpin St., Denver. 
Colo., Great Lakes, Pensacola. 

WnioHT, Kenneth M., Student Officer, RoUa, Mo. 

Wright, Marc S., Ensign, 669 Washington St., Brook- 
line, Mass. Mass. Inst, of Tech., San Diego, Cal., Pen- 
sacola, Fla. .N. A. No. 1782. 

Wright, Ralph E., Student Officer, R. F. D. No. 5, 
Celina, Ohio. 

Wright, Richard S., Student Officer, 657 Asbury St., 
San Jose, Cal. Seattle, Washington. IITA. 

Wright, Theodore Pai^l, Lieut, (j.g.), 22 Lafayette 
St., Hempstead. L. I., N. Y. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Buffalo, 
Garden City, N. Y. IITA. 

Wright, W. F., PZnsign, 861 W. Market St., Lima, 
Ohio. N.A. No. 1558. 

Wyant, Lynton D., Student Olficer. 

Wyman, Edward E., Ensign, 403 Lancaster Ave., 
Havcrford, Pa. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Buffalo, Elizabeth. 



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To the men icho loere qualified early in the history of Naral Aviation, the list given below will be of 
f articular interest as it shoirs the order in which the first 250 tnen were designated as Naval Aviators. 
Up to the present time the Na"y his trained and so designated over 2,700 naval fliers. 



No. Name 

1. Ellyson, T. G. 

2. Rogers, J. 

3. Towers, J. II. 

4. Herbsler, D. D. 

5. Cunningham, A. A.. 

6. Smith. B. I . 

7. Chevalier, G. deC. 

8. Bellinger, P. N. L. 

9. Billingsley, W. D. 

10. Murray, J. N. 

11. Mustin, II. C. 

12. Mcllvaine, W. M. 

13. Richarhson, 11. C. 

16. Whiting, K. 

17. MaxHeld, L. H. 

18. McDonnell, E. O 

19. Capehart, W. 

20. Spencer, E. W. 

21. Bartlett, II. T. 

22. Murray, G. 

23. Corry, W. M. 
21. Read, A. C. 

25. Johnson, E. F. 

26. Evans, F. J. 

27. Paunack, R. R. 

28. Scofield, II. W. 

29. Childs, W. G. 

30. Dicmnn, G. C. 

31. Young, R. T. 

32. Gillespie, G. S. 

33. Milscher. M. A. 

34. Strickland, G. II. 

35. Montfort, J. O. C. 

36. Cabaniss, R. W. 

37. Chase, N. B. 

38. Stone, E. F. 

39. MeKitterick, E. H. 

40. Leighton, B. G. 

41. Griffin, V. C. 

42. Cecil, II. B. H. 

43. Siigden, C. E. 

44. Bressman, A. A. 

45. Ramsey, D. W. C 

46. Hull. G. T. 

47. Peyton, P. J. 

48. Kirkpalrick, R. D 

49. Geiger, R. S. 

50. Bonner, W. D. 

51. Murphy, T. II. 

52. Mason, C. P. 
52J^. Salsman, J. 

53. .Simpson, Jr., F. 

54. Donahue. R. 

55. Brewster, D. L. S. 
55^. Sunderman, J. T. 

56. Barin, L. T. 

57. Parker, S. V 

58. Masek, W. 

59. Coffin, K. A 

60. Eaton, P. P. 

61 . Enos, G. 

62. Varini, F. 

63. Hawkins. C. A. 

64. Rnttan. C. E. 



No. Name. 

65. Gates, A. L. 
65i<. Brown, L. W. 

66. Lovett, R. A. 

67. Ames, A. W. 
611. Gould, E. C. B. 

70. Kilmer, O. P. 

71. Talbot, P. 

72. Davison, H. P. 

73. Yorys. J. M. 

74. McLeish, K. 

75. Beach, C. F. 

76. Farwell, J. V. 

78. Read, R. R. 

79. Rrush, G. M. 
81). James, O. B. 

81. Rockefeller, W. A. 

82. Mcllwaine, A. G. 

84. Irelanil, R. L. 

85. Ingalls, D. S. 
■ 86. Walker, S. S. 

87. Smith, K. R. 

88. Lynch, F. R. V. 
89 Lawrence, G. F. 
89M- Merrill. N. E. 

90. McLaughlin, G. 

91. McGrary, F. R. 

92. Coombe, B. G. 

93. Landon, H. H. 
91. Culbcrt, E. P. 

95. Fehcr, A. 

95a. Filz Simon, R. 
95b. I'ichon, C. F. 
95c. Zar. M. A. 

96. Coil, E. W. 

9614. Chambcrlin, E. G. 

97. Slrader, R. M. N. 

98. Talbot, A. B 

99. Whitehouse, W. B. 

100. Crompton, G. 

101. Ilamlen, W. L. 

102. Little, C. G. 

103. Brewer, A. D. 

104. Di4ano, M. P. 

105. Lansdovvne, Z. 

106. Hell, G. W. 

107. Cha.lwick, N. 

108. Dilman, A. J. 

109. Donnelly, T. 
1 10. Carter, B. C. 

111. Stone, G. W. 

1 101,. AUen, G. L. 

112. Atwater, W. B. 

113. Fallon, N. 

1 14. Williams, A. S. 
1 15. Dietrich, A. F. 

116. Palmer, C. D. 

117. Murray. C D. 

118. Taylor, M. 

119. Townshend, R. S. 

120. Walton. W. W. 

121. Depew, G. G. 

122. Goodyear, F. 

123. Hutchins, Ilurd. 

124. Schielfelin, J. J. 



No. Name 

12.5. Rodman, T. C. 

126. Smith, E. T. 

127. Otis, T. S. 

128. Hawkins, A. W. 

129. Lufkin, C. 
13(i. Potter, S. 

131. Fuller, P. S. 

132. Gernea, E. de 

133. Ott, G. A. 

134. Geary, J. W. 
134^. Wetheral, R, W. 

135. Hinlon, W. 
1.36. Willcox. W. 

137. Lee, B. L. 

138. Stone, E. A. 
1.39. Fuller, C. F. 

1 11. Stocker, R. M. 
142. Foster, J. C. 
1 13. Allen. F. S. 
141 Amory, F. I. 

145. Read, D. H. 

146. Goldthwaite, D. R. 

147. McCann, R. H. 

148. Wright, A. H. 
119. Swift, H. 

150. Ruller, S. M. 

151. Gordon, H. R. 

152. Zunino, F. A. 

153. Shea, E. L 
151. Forrestall, J. V. 

155. Rrackenridge, G. 

156. Gib.son, II. F. 

157. Mudge, W. 

158. Clarkson, W. 

159. MeCoid, P. II. 

160. Halstead, A. H. 

161. Randolph, R. D. 

162. Mailer. R 

163. Warburlou, W. J 
163 I 2. I'elersou, H. A. 
161. Rullierlord. J. \I. 

165. Laugldin. G. M. 

166. Evans, G. B. 

167. Johnson. A. B. 

168. McCulloch, D. II. 

169. Pierce, T. J. II. 

171. Shaw, G. W. 

172. Perk. L. S. 

173. Humphreys, W. V. 

174. Bcrger, F. G. B. 

175. Boyd, T. P. 
1753^. Alexander, W. II. 

176. White, B. C. 

177. Coddington, D. H. 

178. Kerr, R. H. 

179. Whined, J. A. 

180. Haskell, A. 

181. Hvde, R. N. 

182. Keyes, K. R. 

183. Warren, A. K. 

184. Eaton, J. A. 

185. Peterson, W. L. 

186. Stanley, II. T. 



No. 


Nome 


187. 


Remey, J T. 


188. 


Palmedo. R. 


189. 


Forbes, D. P. 


190. 


Allen, F. G. 


191. 


Baker, C. .S. 


192. 


Greenough, C. W. 


193. 


Ames, C. B 


194. 


Ilofer, M. A. 


195. 


Ives. P. F. 


197. 


Brewer, E. S. 


198. 


Dumas, G. D. 


199. 


McNamara, J. F. 


200. 


Rowen, H. J. 


201. 


Compo, G. L. 


202. 


Perrin, J. 


203. 


Hutchinson, L. B. 


201. 


MiicCaulay, D. M. 


205. 


Lochman, D. E. 


206. 


Moore, L. R. 


207. 


Thomas, R. D. 


208. 


Clements. J. R. 


209. 


Schermerhorn, II. 


210. 


Murphey. D. B. 


2101^. Giosvenor, T. P. 


211. 


Roc. G. T. 


212. 


Tuelon. H. P. 


213. 


Marrioer, W. T. 


211. 


Pampelly, H. A. 


215. 


Riggers. R. L. 


216. 


Farmer. C. R. 


217. 


Greenfield. E. R. 


219. 


Weld, L. M. 


220. 


Phelan, J. 


221. 


Lancto. G. W. 


2'T7 


Wilcox. 11. M. 


223! 


Hawkins, B. 


221. 


Wenz, K. A. 


225. 


Alvord, D. B. 


226. 


Baiim, J. E. 


227 


Smith. F. S. 


228. 


Hawkins, S. C. 


229. 


Clapp. K. II. 


230. 


Dowell, B. B. 


231. 


Osl ridge, C. L. 


232. 


Bergin, T. M. 


233. 


Gadsden, P. H. 


231. 


Graves, L. D. 


235. 


Connelly, L. W. 


236. 


McAdoo, Jr., W. G 


237. 


Wheeler, 0. G. 


238. 


Benjamin. IT. R. 


239. 


Souther, A. F. 


240. 


Roberts, Jr., C. H. 


211. 


Harris F. M. 


242. 


Naylor, H. R. 


213. 


Voorhees, D. A. 


244. 


Maxfield, H. W. 


215. 


King, F. E. 


246. 


Lamar, L. E. 


247. 


Bancroft, Jr., F. W 


218. 


Griswold, R. A. 


249. 


Chapman, T. H. 


250. 


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YANCEY, WILLIAM B. 

SliulenI Ofjkrr 
Liberty, Mo. Mass. Inst, 
of Toch., Miami, Key West. 
HTA. 



YAWGER, FOSTER C. 

Ensign 
78 Linden St., Rochester, 
N. Y. Mass. Insl. of Tech., 
Key West, Miami, Pensa- 
cola. N. A. No. 2172. 
HTA. 



YEOMANS, SIMPSON 
LieuL ij.g.) 
.3.5:i0 Gladstone Blvd., Kan- 
sas City, Mo. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., Pensacola. N. A. No. 
9(12. IITA. 



YER.XA, THOMAS E. 
Ensign 
Redlands, Cal. Mass. Inst, 
of Tech., Pensacola, Akron. 
N. A. No. 1580. HTA., 
LTA. 





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YOUNG, A. C, Jr. 
Ensign 
220 Shafer St., Kichmond, 
Va. Mass. Inst, of Tech.. 
Instructor in Meteorology 
and Theory of Ballooning. 
LTA. 




YOUNG, FRANKLIN 
Ensign 
Ozona, Fla. Dunkirk, Key 
West, Moutchic Boisena, 
Pensacola, U. S. S. Missis- 
sippi. N. A. No. 761. 
HTA. 



YOUNG, HOWARD P. 
Ensign 
2107 Boulevard, Wilming- 
ton, Del. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., Key West, Pensa- 
cola. N.A. No. 2295. HTA. 



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YOUNG. KENNETH L. 

Lieul. (J.g.) 
llingham, Mass. Mass. 
Inst, of Tech., Pensacola, 
llampltjn Rds., Morehead 
City. N.A. No. 515. HTA. 




ZEISER, J. S. 
Ensign 
1113 Union St.. Schenec- 
tady. N. Y. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech.. Akron. Bay Shore, 
Pensacola. N. A. No. 1871. 
LTA. 



ZELLER. HUBERT R. 

Ensicjn 

Trumbull Ave.. Stoning- 
ton. Conn. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., Miami, Key West. 
Pensacola. N. A. No. 
2580. HTA. 



ZIESING, RICHARD. Jr. 

Lieut, (j.g.) 
10610 Magnolia Drive, 
Cleveland, Ohio. Mass. 
Inst, of Tech., Akron, 
Pensacola. N. A. No. 
1035. LTA. 



Yates, C. O., Jr., Student Officer, 1201 Walnut St., 
Almedo, Cal. 

Yavenneb, Geo. T., Ensign, Rm. 701 Cent. Y. M. C. A., 
Cleveland, Ohio. 

Yerinoton, John G., Student Officer, Watcrvlit, Mich. 
Yost, Wm. A., Student Officer. 

Young, Arthur, Student Officer, Care of Franklin & 
Marshall Academy. Lancaster, Pa. 

Young, J. H.. Ensign. 1012 New Hampshire Ave., 
Washington, D. C. 

Young, R. D., Ensign, Galesville, Wise. London, East- 
leigh, Eng., Great Lakes, III. 



ZELLER. JOHN II. 

Student OST'cer 
308 W. King St.. Shippens- 
burg. Pa. Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., Miami. HTA. 



ZIEGLER, ARTHUR W. 

Ensign 

12th St.. E. St. 
111. Dunwoody, 

Key West, Pensa- 



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Louis, 
Miami, 
cola. 



N. A. No. 2453. 



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Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. Dunwoody Inst., Minn. HTA. 

l^ouNGMAN, Arthuk V., Studcut Officer, Lloyd Road, 
Montclair, N. J. 

YuNGMAN, A. T., Lieut, (j.g.), 152 W. Hortter St., 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

Zabbiskie, Alexander C, Lieut, (j.g-). 23 Gramercy 
Park. New York City. Intelligence office, Lough Foyle, 
Ireland. H. M. Naval Base. Buncrana. Lough Swilly, 
Ireland. 

Zabriskie, George Grav, Lieut, (j.g.), 23 Gramercy 
Park, New York. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Though Foyle, 
Ireland, H. M. Naval Base Buncrana, Lough Swilly 
Ireland. 

Zarecob, Mercer O., Student Officer. 

Zieger, Harold M., Student Officer, 830 Pacific Ave., 
Long Beach, Cal. 

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Brazil, Ind. 

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Lexington, Ky. 

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High St., Springfield, O. 

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ZuCKER, Arthur A., Student Officer, 60 Broadway, New 
York City. 

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